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This Summer In Montreal Is Going To Be Hotter And Longer Than Ever

Get excited, get really really excited.
This Summer In Montreal Is Going To Be Hotter And Longer Than Ever

Photo cred - Philip Cabana

Alright Montreal it's time to forget about all the snow and ice and start looking forward to the summer. According to Almanac we're about to have one of the best summers we've had in years. We've already gotten through most of the the cold periods we were scheduled to have this year and all we have left to do is get through March.

April and May are going to be drier than normal with average temperatures which means we'll barely be getting any rain and definitely no snow.

Summer is going to be much hotter than usual, the hottest periods are predicted to be July and mid-August. September and October will also be hotter than normal which means that summer will be extended and frankly we all deserve it.

Here's a graph of the temperature averages this year:

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