No Bullshit, The Next Two Weeks Are Going To Be Sunny AF In Montreal

Two straight weeks of perfect weather!
No Bullshit, The Next Two Weeks Are Going To Be Sunny AF In Montreal

This week we've been pretty rough on you guys in terms of weather.

We announced how the weather will be getting much colder, we announced the long range winter forecast, and we even found out when Montreal will be seeing its first snowfall of the year. 

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But enough about all that winter crap. Summer isn't over just yet and mother nature has an awesome gift in store for us.

For the next 2 weeks straight, Montreal will be warm, sunny and almost completely rain-free!

Out of the next 14 days, only 1 has a chance of rain. Plus, almost everyday will be over 20°C.

It may not be the summer we deserve, but I'm sure we could all use a few more weeks of sunshine to keep us sane during the cold dark winter months. 

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It's official — 2021 was the hottest year on record for Montreal, according to Environment Canada. It beat out the previous hottest years, 1998 and 2012, by a mean few hundredths of a degree.

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"Overall, the City of Montreal saw 990 $1 million–plus residential real estate transactions," including condos, attached and single-family homes, "in the first half of 2021, an increase of 112% from the same period in 2020," the report states.

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By comparing the number of LinkedIn members who moved within the country between 2019 and 2020, the online service's Workforce Report for Canada shows Montreal's "inflow-outflow ratio of residents" (defined as the "number of inflows to a city for every outflow") shrank a colossal 21%.

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