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Avg weather in March
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    126 mmper month
    83 %avg
    8 Mphavg

    Montreal weather March

    What's the weather like in Montreal in March?

    Located in eastern Canada, Montreal is a vibrant city in Quebec, close to the US border. It has a humid continental climate bringing warm summers and bitterly cold winters to the city. Temperatures are still below freezing in March, and snow usually covers the ground until the last week of the month. If you visit Montreal at this time of year, make sure you come prepared with lots of warm layers, including a thick winter coat, a hat, scarf and gloves.


    In March, the average temperature in Montreal is a chilly -2ºC, reaching highs of just 2ºC. You’ll need plenty of warm clothes to keep the cold at bay, especially if you’re out in the city at night when temperatures dip to an average of -6ºC. There’s around 60mm of wet weather over the course of nine days in March, which can fall as rain and snow, so it’s a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket if you’re going to Montreal this month.

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