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The heat should ease from Friday in Quebec

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Several cities in Quebec broke heat records this week.


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“It’s the summer we didn’t have”: the heat wave from the southern United States led to abnormally high temperatures for the month of October in Quebec, which did not fail to delight some people. Records were also broken in several regions of eastern Canada on Tuesday.

Temperatures are expected to remain high until Friday, then the heat should subside. Temperatures should then drop to around 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, depending on the area, when a cold front sets in. And the sky will be increasingly cloudy.

Wednesday's temperatures remain to be confirmed by Environment Canada, but according to the data collected, Montreal recorded 29.2 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature in October since 1953, when it reached 25 degrees.

This is not not normal, but you have to go out and enjoy it, said a passerby on Radio-Canada in Montreal on Wednesday. It's climate change.

Radio-Canada meteorologist Waldir Da Cruz explains that weather normals are reviewed every 10 years.< /p>

Thus, the next “normals” used to observe temperature differences will be established in 2030. The reference measurements will then be the temperatures and precipitation recorded between 2020 and 2030.


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