• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Isaias Drops Heavy Rain in Quebec


Post-tropical storm Isaias pushed through Quebec bringing heavy rain to the province.


Rain began on Tuesday and continued overnight and lingered on Wednesday in some areas.


By Wednesday evening the storm weakened as it continued north, where it merged with a low-pressure system and then passed east into Labrador.


The storm left significant amounts of rain over several regions of Quebec. The following is a summary of rainfall amounts received by Environment Canada.

  • Montreal (downtown): 45 mm

  • Deux-Montagnes: 38 mm

  • Saint-Hubert: 40 mm

  • Sainte-Clothilde: 51 mm

  • L'Acadie: 66 mm

  • Saint-Liboire: 61 mm

  • Beloeil: 65 mm

  • Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu: 70 mm

  • Acton Vale: 54 mm

  • L'Assomption: 35 mm

  • Nicolet: 86 mm

  • Lemieux: 53 mm

  • St-Germain-de-Grantham: 55 mm

  • Drummondville: 79 mm

  • La Visitation: 61 mm

  • Saint-Hyacinthe: 70 mm

  • Frelishsburg: 43 mm

  • Shawinigan: 83 mm

  • Trois-Rivières: 100 mm

  • Saint-Tite: 67 mm

  • Valcartier: 40 mm

  • Deschambaults: 57 mm

  • Beauport: 42 mm

  • Saint-Léonard-de-Portneuf: 49 mm

  • Sainte-Foy: 46 mm

  • Boischatel: 65 mm

  • Charlevoix (Massif): 120 mm

  • Saint-Hilarion: 50 mm

  • La Tuque: 42 mm

Based on ECCC Data