Environment Canada is the Canadian government source for weather data. EC publishes weather data, forecasts, maps, watches and advisories. This page is designed as a portal to access to that data.
The map at the top/right of this page is from public alerts section of weather.gc.ca, the official weather website for Canada. While not a true “point forecast” it is the lower half of Quebec broken into 55 subsections, so the forecast is pretty precise.
Weather Warnings will show in red, Watches in yellow, and gray indicates that a special weather statement has been issued for the area. Click on any section of the map for a precise forecast for that zone.
Eastern Canada has a long skiing tradition and Quebec South zone includes several fantastic ski areas that should be on your hit list.
In the Eastern Townships, Bromont, Sutton, Owl’s Head and Mont Orford are just across the border from Vermont.
The Laurentians feature more than a dozen ski areas with Mont Tremblant, Mont Saint-Sauveur/Avila, Mont Blanc, and Mont Alta being among the most well-known.
North of Quebec City, Mont Saint-Anne, Massif du Sud, and Le Massif offer dramatic top-to-bottom skiing with views of the Saint Lawrence River.
In the sidebar you’ll see links for forecast discussion, select point forecasts, webcams and ski reports from across Quebec.
The radar map below is technically the Ontario composite, but we’re using it on this page because it shows all of Quebec except the Gaspe. Probably as important it includes up wind regions through which storms approach.
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We want this page to be a go-to source for Quebec weather info, and we could use your help. If you’ve got ideas about how to make this page more valuable, post your thoughts here on the Blog, or in the Weather Page Thread in the NY Ski Forum, or email us.