“Coldest snowstorm since 1920”

A Twitter feed called YUL Weather Records posted Saturday: “Coldest snowstorm in almost 100 years possible tomorrow. Temperatures are expected to stay below -15°C with up to 25cm of snow. The last time that happened in Montreal was January 16, 1920 when we received 30.2cm of snow with a daytime high of -19.4°C.” More on this from CTV which also has details about power failures.

The STM tweets that parts of several bus routes have been suspended because they take steep hills.

A west end astronomy club has faint hope of seeing the lunar eclipse Sunday night into Monday morning.

The city will start clearing up the snow Monday night. As of 5 pm Sunday there’s more snow in the forecast till late Monday afternoon anyway.