Currently Montréal - le 5 janvier 2022

🌨️ Neige intermittente 🌡 Maximum 1°C ❄️ Accumulation de 5 à 10 cm

La météo, actuellement.

Environnement Canada a émis un avertissement de pluie verglaçante pour les régions de Montréal, Laval, Longueil-Varennes et Châteauguay - La Prairie. On prévoit une accumulation de verglas de 2 à 10 millimètres, en plus d'un 5 à 10 centimètres de neige ou de grésil.

Ce soir: Neige mêlée de grésil et pluie verglaçante débutant tôt ce soir. Accumulation de neige et de grésil de 5 à 10 cm. Vents du nord-est de 20 km/h avec rafales à 40 augmentant à 40 avec rafales à 70 ce soir.
🌡️Minimum -4°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -13°C

Jeudi: Neige mêlée de grésil tôt le matin. Risque de bruine verglaçante en après-midi. Vents du nord-est de 20 km/h avec rafales à 40 devenant légers en mi-journée.
🌡️Maximum 1°C

Jeudi soir: quelques nuages.
🌡️Minimum -2°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -7°C

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

— Francis L

The weather, currently.

Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for the Montreal, Laval, Longueil-Varennes and Chateauguay - La Prairie areas. Freezing rain accumulation of 2 to 10 millimetres is expected in addition to 5 to 10 centimetres of snow or ice pellets.

Tonight: Snow mixed with ice pellets and freezing rain beginning early this evening. Snow and ice pellet amount 5 to 10 cm. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40 increasing to 40 gusting to 70 this evening.
🌡️Low -4°C 🥶 Wind chill -13°C

Thursday: Snow mixed with ice pellets early in the morning. Risk of freezing drizzle in the afternoon. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light near noon.
🌡️High 1°C

Thursday evening: partly cloudy.
🌡️Low -2°C 🥶 Wind chill -7°C

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

—Francis L

What you need to know, currently.

“While the world clamors about climate change, in 2020 Boise sprouted a cooperative grassroots program that’s working directly to spread a city- and statewide canopy of trees to help beat that egregious heat, improve air quality, even enrich mental health and well-being via the psychological benefits of vegetation.

The City of Trees Challenge is a coalition that brings together the City of Boise, Treasure Valley Canopy Network and Nature Conservancy Idaho to lead “a new movement for community recovery and climate resiliency.”

Broadly, the coalition hopes to rally the citizens of Boise over the ensuing decade to plant one tree for every household in the city—some 100,000 trees—while challenging the community to sponsor one seedling for every person citywide.

That’s approximately 235,000 forest trees to be planted across Idaho.”

Read more from the story we shared today from Don Campbell originally published in Columbia Insight.

What you can do, currently.