Warm temperatures and rainfall warning due to Hurricane Beryl for Montreal this week

By News Staff

It’s a mainly sunny Monday in Montreal and warm temperatures are set to continue throughout the week with tropical rains being brought in from Hurricane Beryl. Environment Canada issuing a significant rainfall warning.

Mainly cloudy on Tuesday with 40 percent chance of showers in the afternoon. A high 27 is forecasted, feeling like 34 with the humidex.

Environment Canada saying that though things can change the remains of Hurricane Beryl should affect the south of the province between Wednesday evening and Thursday morning — with a possibility of large amounts of rain.

According to the weather agency, Wednesday is set to be cloudy with a high of 26 degrees — with 30 per cent chance of showers in the evening.

Rainy and a high of 23 degrees on Thursday.

“Rainfall amounts between 40 and 80 millimetres are expected as well as moderate wind.”

Showers continuing into Friday, high of 28 degrees.

Sunshine returning for the weekend with a mix of sun and clouds for Saturday and Sunday.

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