Saturday Weather: Skies are clear and snow is melting

Saturday Weather: Skies are clear and snow is melting

Skies will clear and the weather will warm in Quebec on Saturday, which promises to melt the snow that has accumulated in the south of the province by Monday just in time for the eclipse.

According to Environment Canada Meteorologist Brigitte Bourque, the southern province should have clear skies during the day.

Temperatures on Saturday are expected to be above seasonal averages. The snow on the ground should begin to melt from Thursday. In the Montreal area, expect an average temperature of 5°C.

On the other hand, in the Quebec area, a cocktail of rain and light snow is forecast until the evening.

Skies should be completely clear across Quebec on Sunday, with sunshine and temperatures up to 5 degrees Celsius above average, according to the meteorologist. We can hope for a complete meltdown [de la neige] By Monday” thanks to these conditions, he said.

Bas-Saint-Laurent, Saguenay and Gaspésie should receive a few centimeters of snow on Saturday, with clouds clearing and milder temperatures on Sunday.

“It's the result of the same system we saw in the south of the province flying over these regions,” the meteorologist explained. According to the forecasts of the Federal Meteorological Center, an additional 5 cm of snow is expected in addition to the end of Caspé, where 10 cm is expected.

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