Weather: what to expect this week?
Place d'Armes covered in snow.
After an unusual thaw observed during the holiday season, cooler, seasonal temperatures have returned to the metropolis. For the coming week, this trend should continue. The mercury will remain in the negative and snowflakes are expected to dust parts of the province.
Environment Canada announces a snow event from Sunday to Tuesday morning. Southern Quebec, however, should not receive more than 5 centimeters.
“Our next snow event will be from Sunday to Tuesday morning. From 5 to 10 cm are possible on an axis going from James Bay to Gaspésie. In southern Quebec, less than 5 cm are expected with this depression,” explains Environment Canada.
❄️Notre prochain événement de neige sera de dimanche à mardi matin. De 5 à 10 cm sont possibles sur un axe allant de la Baie James vers la Gaspésie. Sur le sud du Québec, moins de 5 cm sont attendus avec cette dépression. ❄️ #MétéoQc pic.twitter.com/DtkBz6bfth
— ECCC Météo Québec (@ECCCMeteoQC) January 7, 2023
Midweek will be mostly cool and partly clear , with temperatures almost always below zero degrees Celsius. Wednesday is expected to be cloudy with some sunny spells.
According to meteorologists, the snow will return on Thursday for several days. Between 2 and 4 centimeters are expected in Montreal.