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Heavy, heavy snow. Accumulations that will range from 15 to 25 centimeters. And road conditions more difficult than usual. Several regions in the east of the country are dealing with their first real snowfall of the 2023-2024 season on Monday.

Several regions of Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia are under snow warnings from Environment Canada. Accumulations will range from 15 to 25 centimeters. Rapid accumulation of snow could make travel difficult in some areas. There could be significant repercussions on traffic during rush hour in urban areas, indicates the federal agency.

In Quebec, the road network was partially snow-covered or snow-covered, depending on the region. Visibility was generally good, although reduced in certain places, according to Transports Québec. Caution is required if you must travel with your vehicle.

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Accumulating snow and slippery conditions caused this accident, during the night from Sunday to Monday, on the Métropolitaine highway in Montreal.

The heavy snow that accumulated over the past few hours caused outages within the Hydro-Québec network. As of 5:45 a.m., more than 64,000 customers were without power. Montérégie (125 outages, for 32,474 customers) and Estrie (117 outages, for 24,068 customers) are the two main regions affected by outages.

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If you have to take a plane this morning, go check out the website of the airport from which your flight takes off. At Montreal-Trudeau airport, for example, several flights are delayed or canceled.

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