Currently Montréal - le 17 novembre 2022
La météo, actuellement.
Ce soir: faible neige cessant au cours de la nuit, nuageux par la suite.
🌡️Minimum -1°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -7°C
Jeudi: nuageux avec rafales de vents d'ouest jusqu'à 40 km/h.
Jeudi soir: quelques nuages.
🌡️Minimum -6°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -10°C
Nous aurons 9h24 (-2 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.
The weather, currently.
Tonight: light snow ceasing during the night, cloudy thereafter.
🌡️Low -1°C 🥶 Wind chill -7°C
Thursday: cloudy with strong westerly winds gusting up to 40 km/h.
Thursday evening: partly cloudy.
🌡️Low -6°C 🥶 Wind chill -10°C
We will have 9h24 (-2 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.
What you need to know, currently.
Currently’s staff reporter, Anna Abraham, will be on the ground all week, interviewing activists and attendees at COP27. Follow along on in your inbox and on Twitter.
The strongest Santa Ana winds of the season are fueling wildfires across Southern California. A fire in Fontana was spurred by these winds Tuesday night. Just last week, wet and chilly winter weather seemed to bring fire season to a close. November, however, had other plans. The Santa Ana winds are forecasted to subside Wednesday evening.
According to Currently’s chief meteorologist Megan Montero, “A large difference in pressure across the Great Basin and California will lead to strong Santa Ana winds in southern California through Wednesday evening.”
High Wind Warnings and Wind Advisories have been issued for the Transverse Ranges until Wednesday night. Wind speeds as high as 105 MPH were reported in Los Angeles County.
Climate change has made states like California vulnerable to wildfires almost all year.
Californians should be cautious with ignition sources while we wait for the winds to die down.
For more wildfire safety tips check out our Wildfire Explainer.