Currently Montréal - le 4 janvier 2023

🌨️ Faible neige mêlée de pluie 🌡 Maximum 3°C ❄️ Accumulation de 5 à 10 cm

La météo, actuellement.

Ce soir: faible neige ou pluie débutant au cours de la nuit.
🌡 Minimum 0°C

Mercredi: faible neige mêlée de pluie. Risque de pluie verglaçante tôt le matin.
🌡 Maximum 3°C

Mercredi soir: neige parfois forte mêlée de grésil débutant mercredi soir. Accumulation possible de 10 centimètres.
🌡 Minimum -3°C

Nous aurons 8:49 (+1 minute) de lumière du jour demain.

— Francis L

The weather, currently.

Tonight: low snow or rain starting during the night.
🌡 Low 0°C

Wednesday: low snow mixed with rain. Risk of freezing rain early in the morning.
🌡 High 3°C

Wednesday evening: sometimes strong snow mixed with sizzling starting on Wednesday evening. Possible accumulation of 10 centimeters.
🌡 Low -3°C

We will have 8:49 (+1 minute) of daylight tomorrow.

—Francis L

What you need to know, currently.

At least seven countries in Europe experienced their warmest January on record on New Year’s Day in a historic winter warmth.

Temperatures in Latvia soared to 52 degrees F (11.1 degrees C); Denmark 54.7 degrees (12.6 degrees C); Lithuania 58.3 degrees F (14.6 degrees C); Belarus 61.5 degrees F (16.4 degrees C); the Netherlands 62.4 degrees F (16.9 degrees C); Poland 66.2 degrees F (19 degrees C); and the Czech Republic 67.3 degrees F (19.6 degrees C), breaking records as the new year approached.

This warm spell came after a record-warm year in many parts of Europe—including in the U.K., Switzerland, and Germany—due to the increased frequency and severity of human-caused extreme weather and climate change.

Extreme heat washed over Europe in waves throughout the years, and became more intense during the summer drought, pushing U.K. temperatures to 104 degrees F (40 degrees C) for the first time on record in July.

Cooler temperatures could surface mid-January.

—Aarohi Sheth

What you can do, currently.