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Remnants of Hurricane Beryl bring heavy rain to Montreal

Remnants of Hurricane Beryl bring heavy rain to Montreal
Remnants of Hurricane Beryl bring heavy rain to Montreal

Environment Canada has issued a special weather warning for Quebec. The agency says the remnants of Hurricane Beryl could bring heavy rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday.

The weather bureau reports that there will be heavy rainfall in southern Quebec starting late Wednesday day.

40 to 80 millimeters of rain are expected and there will be moderate winds.

They add that heavy rain could cause flash flooding and puddles on the roads, and are asking road users to consider changing non-essential travel plans.

“Rush hour traffic could be significantly impacted in urban areas,” Environment Canada said.

A mix of sun and clouds on Tuesday with a 30 percent chance of showers late in the afternoon. A high of 30 is predicted, with the humidex feeling like 38.

Wednesday morning will be cloudy with a maximum temperature of 27 degrees. Showers will start in the afternoon.

Thursday rainy with a maximum temperature of 24 degrees.

Showers will continue on Friday, with a maximum temperature of 25 degrees.

The sun returns over the weekend, with a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday and sunshine on Sunday.