The province of Quebec is in for a rather eventful weekend, at least when it comes to the weather.  

At 5:00 am on Friday, February 22nd, Environment Canada issued several special weather statements across southern Quebec. 

An intense low pressure system will be moving across the province on Sunday and Monday, and depending on where you live you may be hit with either 15-30cm of snow or ice rain.

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Montreal, Laval and the Eastern townships are the luckier ones. These areas can expect a bit of snow on Saturday night, but that's expected to change to freezing rain by Sunday.

Later, the freezing rain should turn to regular rain because the temperature will be climbing to +4C. It's not going to be fun, but at least there's nothing to shovel away amd things should be back to normal by Monday evening. 

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For the most part, the rest of Southern Quebec is expecting between 15-30 cm of snow and strong winds. 

Visibility will be reduced and the poor weather conditions could lead to travel delays.

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