|It was a beautiful weekend in southern Quebec including the Bishop's University Campus in Lennoxville. The sunshine and mild temperatures began to slowly eat away at the piles of snow in the Townships. (Photo: Maggie Lowson)|
It will get progressively colder each day this week in Montreal with a continued threat for light snow showers or flurries. No big accumulations are expected with the best chance of measurable snow on Wednesday morning when an arctic boundary crosses the St. Lawrence Valley. There could be a brief snow squall, I will get a better estimate of the timing as we get closer. In the meantime temperatures will range from -7C for highs to -12C for lows. Once we get into the colder air by Wednesday, lows will drop into the -20's through the end of the week with cold daytime highs in the high minus teens.