(Montreal) The importance of the snowfall that came to many parts of Quebec over the weekend was confirmed.
Environment Canada issued snow warnings for the storm early Friday morning, with 15 to 30 centimeters of snow expected from Saturday night.
Outouis receives the first waterfall; The total forecast for this area is between 15 and 25 cm.
In the Montreal and Quebec regions, the total snowfall is between 15 and 20 centimeters until Sunday. Environment Canada is warning motorists that rapid snow accumulation on Earth could greatly reduce visibility on roads.
Among the Laurentians, 25 to 30 cm falls over Saint-Jerome and Saint-Agatha, but no warning is in effect in the northern Mont-Laureారి. Similar snowfall forecast for Trois-Riviers and La Malboi.
On the north coast of Sagune, Tadoussac, Bass-Saint-Laurent, Gaspe and the Matapedia Valley, the federal agency reports 15 to 30 centimeters of snow. At La Tuk, the joining should not exceed 20 cm.
In Drummondville, Sherbrook, Thetford Mines, Lock-Megantic and St-Georges areas, no snow warning was issued Friday morning despite rain; They are of less importance, especially since it can rain.
The ABTB-Temiskaming, Chibougamou and Lower North Shore areas should not receive significant snow over the weekend.