|Numerous showers and thunderstorms developed in southern Quebec on Wednesday and Thursday including this one near Vaudreuil. The trend will continue today. (ValleyWX)|
|Warmer air will nudge the upper level low northeast and out of Quebec this weekend. (AccuWeather)|
The much talked about El Nino, that ribbon of warmer than normal water in the Pacific Ocean off the South American coast, continues to upset weather patterns across the globe. The current El Nino is showing no signs of leaving anytime soon and may be strengthening. It has led to a very unsettled and at times destructive weather pattern across North America from heavy rain and flooding in California to intense wildfires in northern Saskatchewan. El Nino has also been responsible for an increase in severe weather across central portions of the continent as well as cool weather for Atlantic Canada and Quebec.