I don't know about you, but this is the time of year I hate the most. Every morning I wake up not knowing weather I'll need to wear a t-shirt or if I'll have to throw on my winter jacket.

No matter what I end up choosing in the morning, it's either too much or too little by the end of the day.

One day you wake up and it feels like winter and the next you're eating popsicles on the balcony contemplating whether or not to install your air conditioner.

It's madness, but at least today and tomorrow won't be so bad.

Today we'll see some sunshine and it'll feel like 17°C. Tomorrow it'll feel closer to 23°C.

Weird to think that last Monday (April 11th), it was actually snowing outside.

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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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