Quebec State Project
The climate in Quebec is a humid continental climate. That is in the southern and western areas. Most of the central region of Quebec has a subarctic climate. Winters are long, very cold, and snowy. Summers are warm but short due to higher latitude. The northern regions of Quebec have an arctic climate.
The average rainfall for Quebec is 8 inches as it says on the graph. The snowfall for Quebec is 316 cm (125 inches). There is a graph for the average rainfall, not for the average snowfall.
In July, Quebec can experience a 2 - week heat wave, with average temperatures of 74 degrees for the high. The low temperatures can be as low as 57 degrees. Thousands of people try to withstand the cold temperatures, which can sink to -10 degrees.