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Montreal Got A Lot More Snow Than Normal This Winter

The stats are staggering.
Montreal Got A Lot More Snow Than Normal This Winter

Is it just me? Or have we been especially unlucky this year when it comes to snow. 

It simply won't stop! And just when we thought it was finally over, it comes back with a vengeance. 

READ ALSO: Montreal To Be Hit With 7 Days Of Snow

Well at least we can all take comfort in the fact that we're not crazy. Montreal has had a lot of more snow that normal this year.

  • In December Montreal gets an average of 49 cm of snow. This year we got 61.4 cm

  • In January Montreal gets an average of 52 cm of snow. This year we got 86.4 cm!

  • In February Montreal gets an average of 43 cm. This year we got 53.2 cm. 

That's already nearly 60 cm more than we should have gotten and we're not even counting the month of March and all the bad surprises that April may have in store for us. 

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