Strong Winds Sweep Through Quebec

Posted by on Saturday, November 7, 2015

An intense low pressure system has been moving over Nunavik since yesterday and its associated cold front swept across Quebec bringing strong wind gusts.

Here is a summary of weather event information as received by Environment Canada.

Location  Wind Speed (kilometres per hour)
Temscamingue Earlton at 9 AM  82
Abitibi Rouyn and Val d'Or  from 9 AM to 10 AM  80
Cabonga-Gouin Mont-Daroc from 12 PM to 1 PM  100
Gouin from 2 PM to 3 PM  90
Chibougamau Coursay from 3 PM to 4 PM  90
Lake Saint-Jean Roberval at 2 PM  21 89
Saguenay Cap-Rouge at 4 PM  58 89
La Grande IV, from 7 PM to midnight  80 to 85
Fontanges Lac Rossignol/Bourinot from 4 PM to midnight  85 to 95
Manicouagan Valois from 5 PM to 8 PM  93
Fermont starting at midnight  82
Schefferville starting at 10 PM  90 to 104
Ste-Anne-des-Monts from 6 AM on Nov 7  80 to 100
Anticosti starting at 2 AM on Nov 7  80 to 85
Minganie Île-aux-Perroquets starting at 3 AM  85 to 90
Natashquan, starting at 3 AM on Nov 7  84
Chevery Cape Whittle starting at 5 AM on Nov 7  85 to 92
Based on EC Data



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