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Quebec's Winter Forecast Is Out & We're In For A 'Polar Coaster'

The Farmer's Almanac let us know what to expect this cold season.

Quebec's Winter Forecast Is Out & We're In For A 'Polar Coaster'

The Farmer's Almanac just released its Canada's 2021-22 Extended Winter Forecast and even if it's nowhere near snowing yet (we hope), we couldn't help but be curious to know what Quebec's winter forecast is looking like this year.

Buckle up, because we could be in for a "yo-yo type of winter with notable polar coaster swings in temperatures" throughout Canada.

The entirety of Canada is warned to get some extra wool layers to prepare for this coming winter since overall, temperatures during this time have a high chance of being colder than normal. Luckily, January is likely to be warmer than normal in Eastern Canada, although February may be a bit colder.

Quebec can expect a "typical winter chill" with various precipitation storms in January and a "tranquil" February.

And if the Farmer's Almanac is right, don't expect it to start feeling like spring in March — days with spring-like weather are expected to "be few and far between."