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Why Summer Is Officially Over In Montreal

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Why Summer Is Officially Over In Montreal

The snow might not be falling just yet, but it looks like the warm summer days are nearly behind us. After walking outside in a t-shirt and immediately regretting it, I turned to the Weather Network to see if the afternoon would be better. And it turns out I should have just kept it a mystery.

The daily forecast sucked, 20°C degrees and a risk of thunderstorms, and tomorrow looks even worse. So I looked further to find out when our next warm sunny day would be and ... nothing.

Unfortunately, it's not just next week, the entire month is going to be the same. 20ish degrees with a risk of rain and thunderstorms, in fact the warmest days have the highest chance of rain. So wave goodbye to the 30°C weather because we won't be seeing anything over 25° degree until at least September.

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