The sunny weekend will continue on Sunday in the vast majority of the province, with temperatures still as pleasant.
The temperatures of the West and Eastern Quebec will average between 7 and 19 degrees Celsius. The Montreal metropolitan area will maintain the advantage with temperatures that can reach 20 degrees at the hottest of the day. The North Shore will not exceed 12 degrees, for a minimum of 2 degrees Celsius at the start of the day.
Central Quebec should record average maximum temperatures of 18 degrees and minimum temperatures ranging between 2 and 5 degrees Celsius. Lac-Saint-Jean will be an exception with temperatures maintained between 11 and 17 degrees for the day on Sunday. The Îles-de-la-Madeleine will experience similar conditions.
The North and the Far North will again be an exception on Sunday with a rather cloudy day and temperatures often below zero. Maximum temperatures can reach 10 degrees Celsius for the North, and 4 degrees for the far North.
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