Sunny and warmer weather for Wednesday

The weather will be generally sunny with milder temperatures on Wednesday across Quebec, except for the northwest where an extreme cold warning is in effect.

“Very cold air, clear skies and brisk winds will give extreme wind chill readings of -38 to -42 overnight Wednesday through Thursday morning,” Environment Canada said.

In Montreal and Montérégie, the day will generally be sunny with maximum temperatures of -4 degrees, while in the Outaouais and Témiscamingue sectors, cloudiness will be followed by a few snow showers.

In Quebec City and Mauricie, the weather will also be sunny with cloudiness in the afternoon and a mercury displaying -6 degrees on the thermometer, while in more northern areas, such as Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, it will be colder. .

For the east of the province, the federal agency predicts variable weather with light snow ending in the morning to give way to alternating sun and clouds and temperatures below normal for the season.

The weather promises to be sunny, but colder for Thursday with alternating episodes of sun and temporary clouds for certain sectors of the east of the province, according to forecasts from the federal agency.

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