Tuyết sẽ rơi xuống Thành-phố Mộng-lệ-an, nhưng Thủ-đô … / Snow expected Monday in Montreal, but Ottawa to bear brunt of storm!

Tuyết sẽ rơi xuống Thành-phố Mộng-lệ-an,
nhưng Thủ-đô Ottawa sẽ phải gánh cơn chịu cơn bão … 

Snow expected Monday in Montreal, but Ottawa to bear brunt of storm

Old Montreal in Winter.
Phố Cổ Montreal vào mùa Đông.


Montreal in Snow Storm Winter Feb 2016 – St Catherine , McGill College & Sherbroke Street

Environment Canada issues weather warnings for parts of
southern Quebec, only 2 to 4 cms expected in Montreal.

Dường như mùa đông rốt cuộc cũng đã về với chúng ta.

Môi-trường Canada vừa thông báo & cảnh báo về những trận tuyết sắp rơi, những cơn bão mùa đông sắp đến, vv..  ở một số thành-phố của miền Nam Quebec và Ontario.
Tuyết  đã bắt đầu rơi gần biên giới Ontario và các ngọn núi của thị tứ Đông Nam.

Tuyết sẽ lan rộng về phía đông tối nay, theo Bộ môi trường của Canada.

Tại Montreal, được dự báo rằng trận tuyết đầu mùa sẽ rơi từ 2 đến 4 cm vào thứ hai sắp đến nầy. Nhiệt độ giao động sẽ rơi xuống khoảng -1 C.

Riêng Ottawa vừa được dự báo rằng, lần tuyết rơi nầy,  vào sáng thứ Hai, sẽ lên đến 25 cm !..
Những giọt mưa ban sáng Chủ-nhật đã chuyển thành tuyết băng..làm cho nhiệt độ buổi chiều & tối xuống thấp hơn thêm…

Nhiệt độ được dự đoán sẽ rơi vào khoảng 0 ° C,  với thấp nhất là -3 ° C.

Các anh chị em, những người phải ra đường vào sáng thứ Hai, xin nhớ chuẩn bị ‘boots’ (giày ống đi tuyết), áo, mũ, khăn & găng tay ấm nhé…!

Thân ái,

VT Magazine

Saint Joseph Oratory in snow- Montreal.
Đền Thánh Giu-se trong tuyết – Montreal.

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Snow in Montreal, Monday …. 

CBC News Posted: Nov 20, 2016 1:04 PM ET Last Updated: Nov 20, 2016 1:26 PM ET

It looks like the winter season is finally upon us..

Environment Canada has issued snowfall and winter storm warnings for parts of southern Quebec and Ontario.

Snowfall has already begun near the Ontario border and in the mountains in the southern part of the Eastern Townships.

The snow will spread eastward tonight, Environment Canada says.

In Montreal, between two and four centimetres is expected on Monday, with the temperature hovering around -1 C.

Areas further north could see significantly more snow. 

“General snowfall amounts will be between five and 10 centimetres by Monday evening, but some areas may see greater amounts,” the weather agency said in a statement.

“Accumulating snow may significantly impact the Monday morning commute.”

snow warnings

Environment Canada issued warnings for heavy snow and snow squalls in parts of Ontario and Quebec. The map reflects the warnings at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday. (Environment Canada).

Quebec is expected to escape the worst of the storm, while Ottawa could see up to 25 centimetres of snow.

The province’s deadline to switch to winter tires is Dec. 15.
More details on the forecast are available here.

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Ottawa snowfall warning: up to 25 cm possible by Monday morning

A pedestrian makes her way through the snow in Ottawa back in April. With December looming, Environment Canada is forecasting 'early season significant snowfall' for Sunday and Monday.

A pedestrian makes her way through the snow in Ottawa back in April. With December looming, Environment Canada is forecasting ‘early season significant snowfall’ for Sunday and Monday. (Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press).

Ottawa is one of many regions in eastern and southwestern Ontario, as well as Quebec, that’s expected to be hit with its first big winter wallop on Sunday, making for a difficult commute to start off the week.

Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning, with between 15 and 25 centimetres of fresh snow expected to blanket Ottawa by Monday morning.

Rain is expected to change to snow Sunday morning, becoming heavy by the afternoon, according to Environment Canada. The temperature is expected to hover around 0 C with a low of –3 C.

“Significant snowfall” is expected into Monday. High winds, gusting from 50 to 70 km/hour on Sunday afternoon, will cause reduced visibility due to blowing snow, the snowfall warning detailed.

“Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. If visibility is reduced while driving, turn on your lights and maintain a safe following distance,” Environment Canada said.

High winds, gusting from 40 to 60 km/hour, are expected to continue on Monday morning, with an additional two to four more centimetres of snow.

Ottawa police are also reminding drivers to be careful as they reacquaint themselves with winter driving conditions.