Environment Canada forecasts a cocktail weather in Montreal

News 19 December, 2017
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    Tuesday, 19 December 2017 06:55

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    MONTREAL – Montrealers and suburbanites will have to be wary on the roads of Greater Montreal, Tuesday, when Environment Canada forecasts a cocktail weather.

    The warm weather that will oscillate between a minimum of – 5 °C and a maximum of 3 °C will result in precipitation of various, which will make the floor very slippery.

    The snow will begin early Tuesday morning that will change to rain intermittently during the day. All in all, it is expected snow accumulations between 2 and 4 centimeters. All mixed with wind gusts from the south-west at 30 km/h up to 60 km/h.

    Environment Canada is also a risk of freezing rain.

    The cold should be back on Wednesday, when they announced temperatures ranging from -9 °C to -14 °C.