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Post-Storm Air Pollution Risk in Canada

After the storm, a cold snap unfolds across Canada with the largest snowfall of the season. Temperatures are around -15 and -20°C during the day and can drop to -30°C at night. Environment Canada, the federal monitoring agency warns the public that a major pollution episode is to be expected and could affect the entire southwestern part of the country (Montreal area). Weather conditions will not be conducive to dispersal of pollutants.