The calendar says spring, but it certainly wasn't feeling like it across parts of Quebec on Tuesday.
The same low that brought deadly tornadoes south of the border brought winter back to the province. Conditions weren't as severe, but they were certainly damaging none-the-less.
Over 30 thousand residents were left without power this morning after wet snow and wind downed trees and powerlines. In Montreal alone about 400 businesses and homes were sitting in the dark. And it's no wonder. Around 16cm of snow fell in the city. Meanwhile, communities along the Eastern Townships saw more significant totals. Up to 30cm was recorded in some places.
There may not have been snow this morning, but there was still rain to start the day on a soggy note.
By the afternoon, the wet weather had moved out completely making way for sunny skies. And it just keeps getting better. By tomorrow drier conditions will continue to dominate along with temperatures in the mid teens.
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