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Temperatures expected to be below historical average this March

Temperatures expected to be below historical average this March
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This winter, for many reasons, has been a really tough season. We can all agree that Montrealers (and Canadians in general) deserve some warmer and brighter days… And they are on their way, soon!

While spring may just be around two weeks away, it looks like March will be a tough month to fully break away from that snowy weather.

According to a report released from The Weather Network, “March and April will test our patience with periods of colder than normal weather. This will likely include additional high-impact winter weather.”

The Weather Network

Source: The Weather Network

Despite the slight taste of spring temperatures, the inconsistency could cause an increase in ice blocks along the Saint Lawrence River, according to The Weather Network.

Historically, Montreal experiences weather averaging from about 2C to 8C. For the first two weeks of March, we can expect temperatures to average between -9C and 8C. The report does say that May will bring warmer temperatures, making the season feel a lot more normal in comparison.

However, before we even make it to the month of May, we have to endure these last few weeks of winter. But, not to worry. We’ll get through it together!

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