According to Environment Canada, about 25 centimeters of snow fell across the province. (Photo: The Canadian Press)
After a night of heavy snowfall in Quebec, some schools are calling a snow day and cancelling classes. According to Environment Canada, about 25 centimeters of snow fell across the province.
Service is slowly being restored to homes across Quebec after, nearly 25 cm of snow has fallen across the province. At its peak, about 1,089,025 Hydro-Quebec customers lost power.
Montreal was the hardest hit and the weather agency predicted that a few centimeters of snow is still likely Another total of 20 to 30 centimeters of snow is expected in Quebec, Environment Canada said in a weather warning. At the same time, Hydro-Québec reported that 1,089,025 homes in the province were without power this morning, including 16,615 homes in Montreal.
weather agency said the snow was expected to stop by the end of the day and the rest of the week would be sunny but cold.
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