After the flakes, cool. Mercury in Quebec decreases at the beginning of the week, as some areas are affected by extreme cold.
Extreme cold snaps in Abitib, Chibogamavu and Sagune-Lock-Saint-Jean
“Windy cold values are close to minus 38 this morning,” says Environment Canada. This freezing weather will remain the same the next night, with the target sectors dropping to -40.
In addition, there are hurricane surges in the Quebec City area.
The Canadian environment underscores the danger of flooding the coast.
“The water level near the coast is likely to be higher than normal in the afternoon and early this evening. ”
Low pressure from the U.S. east coast brings mild northeastern winds near the capital.
A combination of these winds and high amplitude waves could cause a slight surge along the coast on Sunday afternoon.
Coastal flooding along the coast is possible, it added.
There is no serious risk of inquiring on the roads regarding weather conditions, Sûreté du Québec (SQ) indicates. “There are some exits from the road without injuries. No piping was reported, “said Tariq al-Hashimi, the party’s secretary general.