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A major storm is headed for Quebec

A major storm is headed for Quebec
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Montreal area can expect some heavy snowfall in the coming days.

Environment Canada says a major storm is headed towards Montreal and has issued a warning for southern and central Quebec to begin on Tuesday.

The agency says we can expect up to 20 centimetres of snowfall in Montreal and up 40 centimetres in some regions in Eastern Quebec. Meanwhile, the Gaspé Peninsula, might get 50 centimetres of snowfall.

“A developing low-pressure system will track up the US Eastern Seaboard on Tuesday and intensify into a major storm,” states Environment Canada. “Snowfalls are expected to begin during the day Tuesday and continue into the evening.”

The storm is forecast to begin during the day on Tuesday and continue into the evening.

The good news; temperatures are expected to rise through the week, fluctuating around zero in the days following the storm.  




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