Warning: Montreal To Shatter All-Time Heat Records For The Next Three Days

Temperatures will skyrocket!
Warning: Montreal To Shatter All-Time Heat Records For The Next Three Days

Mother-Nature is obviously ashamed of all the crappy weather we've had this summer because she's making up for it tenfold! 

This weekend, the heat was borderline overwhelming in Montreal and its going to stay that way for most of the week. 

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In fact, during the next 3 days, we will be shattering the all-time heat records in Montreal.

  • Today (September 25) we will reach 32°C -  The old record was 29.3°C.

  • Tomorrow (September 26) we will reach 30°C - The old record was 26.5°C.

  • Wednesday (September 27) we will reach 29°C - The old record was 26.6°C.

Starting Thursday, things are going to start getting back to normal, so enjoy it while you can. 

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