Colder in Montreal than in Kuujjuaq this weekend

News 16 March, 2018
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    The winter has not said its last word. Quebecers will have to dress well for the next few days, as mercury will be in sub-zero. The sun, however, will be at the rendez-vous.

    “As soon as Sunday, and for a good part of next week, we will have the right to days are usually sunny, but in return, temperatures will be colder than normal,” informs Alexander Parent meteorologist with Environment Canada.

    On the south and the centre-du-Quebec, the mercury is expected to be slightly above zero. The forecast is for -4 to -8 degrees until the middle of next week. “It is 8 to 10 degrees below normal for the season, but the sun will feel the higher temperature,” says Mr. Parent.

    “The nights will be cold between -15 and -20, but these are not record values, because at this time of the year, he has already made it -25 in Quebec city and near -20 in Montreal”, grade meteorologist.

    No record in sight, but still cold. “In Kuujjuaq, near Ungava bay, the maximums this weekend will be 5 to 6 degrees higher than what is expected in Montreal. There is a displacement of the air spring to the north, that we should at a push of arctic air,” says Alexandre Parent.

    Good news, no storms of the Saint-Patrick on the radar screen of the weatherman, Sunday.