Remnants of Hurricane Beryl bringing heavy rainfall to Montreal

By News Staff

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement warning for Quebec, saying remnants of Hurricane Beryl could bring heavy rainfall Wednesday and Thursday.

The weather agency says that significant rainfall will affect Southern Quebec beginning late in the day on Wednesday.

Between 40 and 80 millimeters of rain is expected, as well as moderate winds.

They add that heavy rain can cause flash flooding and ponding on roads — asking road users to consider changing any non-essential travel plans.

“Rush hour traffic could be significantly impacted in urban areas,” said Environment Canada.

A mix of sun and clouds on Tuesday with 30 percent chance of showers late in the afternoon. A high of 30 is forecasted, feeling like 38 with the humidex.

Wednesday is set to be cloudy in the morning with a high of 27 degrees — showers are set to start in the afternoon.

Rainy and a high of 24 degrees on Thursday.

Showers continuing into Friday, high of 25 degrees.

Sunshine returning for the weekend — with a mix of sun and clouds for Saturday, and sunshine on Sunday.

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