Dryden and Vermilion Bay Weather – Sunbeams, Fog Fades, North Winds, and a UV Index in the Stratosphere!

Dryden Ontario - Looking south toward the Resolute Mill
Dryden Ontario - Looking south toward the Paper Mill

Partly Cloudy Night Curtain Falling to a Cool 12°C

Vermilion Bay and Dryden – Weather – Get ready to be swept off your feet because today’s weather is serving up a harmonious symphony of sun, fading fog, northern winds, and high UV notes.

Daytime Dances

Today’s performance opens with the grand dance of the sunbeams. It’s mainly sunny, with the fog making a quick exit stage right. These morning fog patches will dissipate faster than you can say “good morning, sunshine!”

Meanwhile, the winds are tuning their instruments, preparing for a gusty serenade. Turning north at 20 km/h later this morning, they’ll bring a refreshing breeze to this sunny stage.

Our mercury is set to hit a high note at 25°C, but with a Humidex of 28°C, you might feel like you’re in a tropical paradise. Not to be outdone, the UV index is reaching for the stars with a high score of 7, so be sure to apply that sunscreen and wear your favorite hat!

Nighttime Nocturnes

As the day’s performance comes to a close, the sky dims to a partly cloudy night, setting the scene for a serene stargazing session.

The temperature gracefully dips to a cool 12°C, perfect for those evening walks or late-night patio moments. Don’t forget a light sweater to fend off the nighttime chill.

Tomorrow’s Teaser

What will the weather’s melody be tomorrow? We’re keeping that under wraps for now. Until then, dance in the sun, enjoy the wind’s song, and remember, every weather day has its own rhythm!

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