It's getting gusty! The weather bomb Canada will be experiencing today is set to impact two provinces with really strong winds.

It's going to be a blustery end to the month for some parts of New Brunswick and Quebec.

A weather bomb, which usually happens in the cooler months, will roar into Quebec on September 30 with extreme winds expected for eastern parts of the province including Quebec City. 

New Brunswick will also have the unfortunate honour of experiencing this bombing and the province's north will be the most affected.

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80 - 100 km/h winds impacting New Brunswick and Quebec

According to The Weather Network, the weather bomb is a sure sign that fall is upon us because this is the season when they usually happen.

It's called that when deepening low pressure happens with a drop of 24 millibars in 24 hours or less.

That leads to strong winds that are actually similar to gusts brought on by tropical storms!

Northern New Brunswick and eastern Quebec are expected to get winds in the afternoon and evening that range from 80 km/h to 100 km/h.

Winds are forecasted to be the strongest in the Gaspé Peninsula.

Most weather bombs in Canada happen in the Atlantic region.

It's beginning to look a lot like winter everywhere you go in Ontario, and some spots are in for a snowy treat.

The Weather Network predicts that Ontario's weather will blast the province with some snow from Thursday into Sunday, with some areas getting up to 15 centimetres on the weekend.

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