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The Rest Of March Will Be Much Colder Than Usual In Montreal

Mother nature seems to hate this city.
The Rest Of March Will Be Much Colder Than Usual In Montreal

Photo cred - Vesia Photography

Well Montreal, it looks like we're going to have to prepare ourselves because winter isn't even close to being over. You would think that mother nature would take pity on us after being such bitch this year, but sadly no. March is going to be much colder than normal and it's going to be awhile before we start seeing Spring weather according to The Gazette. So yeah don't blame us, blame Science.


We will only be returning to normal temperatures by mid April ... if we're lucky. And that doesn't mean it's going to be warm, it's just going to be normal which in Montreal means cold. Of course there's always the possibility that the meteorologists are wrong, like they always are. So perhaps there's still hope, or perhaps I'm just in denial.


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