Currently Montréal - le 24th mars 2022

Pluie intermittente mêlée de neige / Periods of rain mixed with snow

La météo, aujourd'hui.

Une forte tempête qui fait actuellement rage au sud de la frontière s'amène au Québec et apportera son lot de précipitations durant plusieurs jours. C'est donc le temps idéal de sortir votre parapluie! ☔🌧️

Ce soir: nuageux. Pluie débutant tard ce soir. Pluie mêlée de neige au cours de la nuit. Températures stables aux alentours de 3°C.

Jeudi: pluie mêlée de neige tôt le matin qui se transformera en pluie pendant la journée. Vents du sud-est de 30 km/h avec rafales à 50. Maximum 7°C.

Jeudi soir: nuageux avec pluie intermittente. Rafales de vents du sud-ouest à 40km/h. Minimum 3°C.

Nous aurons 12h20 (+3 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.

— Francis L

The weather, currently.

A strong storm currently raging south of the border is moving into Quebec and will bring its share of precipitation for several days. So it's the perfect time to take out your umbrella! ☔🌧️

Tonight: cloudy. Rain starting late this evening. Rain mixed with snow overnight. Stable temperatures around 3°C.

Thursday: rain mixed with snow early in the morning which will turn to rain during the day. Southeast winds of 30 km/h gusting to 50. High 7°C.

Thursday night: Cloudy with intermittent rain. Southwesterly winds gusting to 40 km/h. Low 3°C.

We will have 12:20 (+3 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.

—Francis L

Ce que vous devez savoir, aujourd'hui.

What you need to know, Currently.

A tornado touched down in Arabi Louisiana and New Orlean’s 9th Ward on Tuesday evening— killing one person and leaving devastation in its wake. As of Wednesday evening, thousands are still without power.

The impacted area has sustained multiple severe weather events over the past decade including Hurricane Ida, about seven months ago. Many are still in recovery from Ida which knocked out the region's electrical grid and left residents without power for months. Many homes still have tarps up on their roof from Ida damage.

Yesterday's tornado combined several risk-enhancing factors— striking an already vulnerable community at night.

Imagine Water Works— one of the key mutual aid organizations that helped during  Hurricane Ida recovery— shared links to mutual aid resources and places to donate.