Montreal Expecting Severe Thunderstorms And Risk Of Tornadoes

FORECAST | Rounds of Rain

FORECAST | Rounds of Rain

Normal temperatures for the first week of fall are highs of 17 C and lows of 17 C. Overnight, any remaining scattered showers will diminish into mostly cloudy skies with a low of 70. Afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 60s.

Sunday will bring scattered showers again as the front stalls out over our area. Times with sun and clouds will be accompanied by the refreshing lower 70s both days.

Wednesday forecast is for a few showers ending in the afternoon and the risk of a morning thunderstorm.

Tonight: Mostly clear to partly cloudy.

A cold front is coming towards the province, and when it collides with warm weather, it's a recipe for disaster! High temperatures will be fickle today; the seasonably cool lower 70s farther north with much warmer air farther south thanks to that warm front. A total of 5 to 10 mm of rain is forecast with a high of 20 C that will feel like 27 C. The overnight low is 7 C.

As bad as that may sound, forecasters said Wednesday shouldn't be a complete washout, as we could see "many hours of dry weather and possibly a few breaks of sunshine", forecasters said.

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