Thunderstorm risk: a busy Sunday

Much of the north bank of the St. Lawrence River is threatened by a low risk of violent thunderstorms today. Western, southern and central Quebec, with regions such as Abitibi, the Laurentians, Lanaudière, Mauricie, and the island of Montreal, could hear thunder roaring. The majority of cells should burst in isolation, with no real organization. … Read more

The hottest temperature of the year so far is today

The first heat wave of 2022 was particularly early, inviting itself in mid-May in many areas of southern Quebec. This situation is exceptional, as there are usually very few heat waves in May. Since the start of data collection in 1942, Montreal has observed only five, including the 2022 episode. Today, mercury could reach a … Read more

Air conditioning: the ideal temperature, here it is

The air conditioning is about to operate at full capacity in Quebec buildings. This reality is particularly pronounced in offices, and hundreds of thousands of people then put on an extra layer so as not to shiver during their work day. Most of these buildings use a model developed in the 1960s that predicted an … Read more

Summer 2022: the best is yet to come

The start of the season rhymed with unstable and changing. A glimmer of hope, however, appears after the solstice. During the second half of the summer, we could move to a positive scenario marked by more favorable conditions. ALSO READ: Exclusive overview: three words will mark the summer in Quebec Shunned by the heat dome … Read more

The vase overflows in June

Since the beginning of June, it has rained several times in Quebec, especially in large quantities during recent storms. As a result, several regions are currently exceeding their monthly average rainfall. A well-watered June The west, center, and a portion of southern Quebec have already exceeded their average rainfall for June. On the southwest side, … Read more

Disappointing June, even worse July

In short: July mimics a disappointing June once in a while; Even July can be disappointing on its own; July can also redeem the summer. When June disappoints In 2022, June is somewhat disappointing, at least as far as our perception in general is concerned. The heat and good weather made some timid manifestations, never … Read more

WeatherMedia – IN PICTURES – Big hail, floods: thunderstorms sow havoc

Before hitting Quebec, thunderstorms broke out in Ontario. Uprooted trees, major property damage and power outages were reported on Thursday afternoon. Some of the damage on Highway 12 near Duffs rd. #onstorm #onwx @NTP_Reports pic.twitter.com/2XzzfxFOfj Some of the damage on Highway 12 near Duffs rd. Alex Todd 🌪 on Twitter: “Some of the damage on … Read more

Quebec will know something it hasn’t seen in a long time

Sunday, June 12, 2022 at 1:28 PM – A summer-worthy heat will be ours in the next few days, but it won’t last long. The first days of June took place in a rather tenacious coolness. The heat was indeed trapped in the north of the country. Temperatures have been close to 30 ° C … Read more

July in Quebec: a heavy trend never seen before

Friday, June 10, 2022 at 5:00 PM – July is no longer the same in Quebec. This month has changed its face, especially in the last twenty years. Réjean Ouimet explains why. In short: Heavy tendency to heat; More heat waves; Never seen before. Progressive heat During the few weeks that the heart of summer … Read more

Omaha business owners frustrated with continuous drainage issues

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Drainage overflow from yesterday’s downpour left several Omaha business neighbors full of frustration. That’s because it’s not the first time they’ve had water and mud damage on their properties. An invasion of muddy water was captured on security camera behind Kelly Mueller’s business Sunday afternoon. “This is after the rain, this … Read more