Sunday , January 29 2023

The first winter day brings rainy weather to Montreal, freezing rain north of St. Lavrence


Rain that began during the night will continue today, as the temperature rises to 6 C inevitably mild in the first winter.

Environment Canada has issued a rain report for the Montreal region – it is expected to drop from 25 to 35 millimeters on Friday.

Early morning travelers need to watch ice on the roads before the temperature warms up.

The Public Transit Authority in Montreal warns its bus users to wait for online delays.

Other areas in Quebec will be hard hit by rain.

"Some areas north of the St. Lavrens River could see between 50 and 80 millimeters," the Weather Conditions Agency said on its website.

Several rain and snow are expected on Saturday in Montreal.

Temperatures will fall on Sunday, but on the bright side, it is expected that the sky will be safest by Wednesday.

School closings

In eastern cities, where the freezing alert is still in effect, all schools and centers of the school board in the eastern school are closed today, including daily living.

The classes have been canceled for primary, secondary and vocational training and adult education students at the scolaire des Sommets Commission, but are expected to be employed at work.

The following schools are part of the school board Sir Wilfrid Laurier are closed for students in the Laurentians and Lanaudiere regions:

  • Arundel Primary School.
  • Grenville Elementary School.
  • Laurentia Primary School.
  • Laurentian elementary school.
  • Laurentian Regional High School.
  • Primary School Morin Heights.
  • High School Mountainviev.
  • Ste-Agatha Academy.
  • Ste-Adele Primary School.
  • CDC Lachute.
  • Joliette Elementary School.
  • Joliette High School.
  • Ravdon Elementary School.

Day care services are still provided to parents who are registered as regular users.

The Commission scolaires des Samares, which has schools in the Lanaudiere region, is closed today.

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