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Snow on the summit of Mont-Tremblant on Oct. 4, 2019

MONTREAL -- Temperatures will reach the freezing mark in the Montreal area Friday night as Environment Canada has issued an overnight frost advisory.

Snow has already fallen in the summit of Mont-Tremblant, while the Montreal, Châteauguay - La Prairie, Longueuil - Varennes, and Laval area are all under frost warning advisories for Friday night.
 

#FirstSnow last night at the summit of @MontTremblant !#Frost advisories in effect tonight.@CTVMontreal pic.twitter.com/6ujXgqk0ap

— Lori Graham (@LGrahamCTV) October 4, 2019

 

Another chilly night ahead!#Frost advisories in place for S Quebec, including #Montreal.@CTVMontreal pic.twitter.com/J9T6871NVm

— Lori Graham (@LGrahamCTV) October 4, 2019



Environment Canada
warns that frost can potentially cause damage to plants and crops.

The weather will warm up slightly over the weekend, however, with a chance of showers on Sunday, Oct. 6.