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Climate - The four seasons in Montréal

  • Spring (March 21 to June 21): Spring is mild and sunny. It begins in early April when the last snow melts. Maximum temperatures in April and May average roughly 10.7°C (51.2°F) and 18.5°C (65.3°F), respectively.
  • Summer (June 21 to September 21): Even though the temperature often soars above 30°C (86°F) during July heatwaves, the maximum average temperature is 26.4°C (79.5°F). Summer in Montréal is the ideal time to engage in a wide array of outdoor activities but it can also feel quite humid.
    Autumn (September 21 to December 21): Autumn is Montréal's loveliest season. It is very colourful, with an average temperature of 13°C (55.4°F) in October. It is the season for contemplation, when the Laurentian forest, resplendent in red and gold, is at its most glorious. "Indian Summer", which usually occurs in early October, briefly brings back a summery air to Montréal.
  • Winter (December 21 to March 21): Montréal is reputed for its cold, snowy winters. Annual snowfall averages 200 cm (78.7 inches). Winter is the perfect time to engage in outdoor sports, such as skating, skiing, sledding, snowshoeing and hockey. In January, the mercury hovers around -10°C (14°F) or even lower! If you are sensitive to cold, do not be put off.
Underground network
Winter and summer, visitors and residents alike can avoid bad weather by using Montréal's network of underground passages nearly 30 km (18.6 miles) in length, leading to shops, offices, department stores, concert halls, parking lots, hotels, restaurants and cinemas. 

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