Snow awaits the province again for Wednesday, and few regions will be lucky enough to see a few rays of sunshine.
The Magdalen Islands and northern Quebec are the exception, with skies that will alternate between sun and cloud, and temperatures averaging -5 and -16 degrees, respectively. The far north is not expected to no longer receive snow during the day, but the clouds will be there, with an average temperature of around -10 degrees Celsius. Eastern Quebec, meanwhile, should expect cloudy skies, with chances of snowfall during the day. Temperatures will average -7 degrees at the hottest of the day, but some regions may not break the -10 degree mark. Western and central parts of the province will receive an average of 2 to 4 cm of snow on Wednesday, sometimes intermittently, and which should end in the evening. Temperatures will average -5 degrees Celsius, but could drop to -6 in the Quebec region and -10 in the Saguenay. Conversely, Abitibi-Témiscamingue could enjoy temperatures of around -2 or -3 degrees.