Today’s Forecast: “Sunny Start, Gusty Midday!”
Greetings, Wasaho Cree Nation! It’s a splendid sunny day ahead. However, as the sun shines and you bask in its glory, anticipate the winds to play their part. Beginning from the south, they’ll pick up pace, gusting up to 40 km/h by late morning. The mercury is set to rise to a comfortable 25°C, but with the humidex, it may feel more like a warm 26°C.
Sun protection is crucial with a UV index of 5, which falls in the moderate range. So, get those sunglasses out and dab on some sunscreen.
Tonight’s Forecast: “Clouds Creeping, Showers Sneaking!”
The stars won’t have a clear sky for long as clouds will gradually thicken, leading to a few showers just before the dawn. The winds won’t be settling down either; they’ll continue blowing from the south at a consistent 20 km/h. As for the night, a mild 14°C will be your companion.
Tomorrow’s Outlook: “From Raindrops to Wind Tops!”
Tuesday, 15th August: It seems the rain won’t stay for too long as those morning showers are expected to wrap up early. However, the skies remain indecisive with a 40% chance of additional showers. But the winds, oh they have a plan! Initially from the southwest at 20 km/h, they will swiftly change direction to northwest and won’t hesitate to gust up to a staggering 50 km/h by morning.
The clouds might act as a natural shield, giving us a UV index of just 3, categorised as moderate. But, still, it doesn’t hurt to be cautious.
💌 We’d Love to Hear from You:
If the wind ruffles your hair or the first raindrop falls on your palm, capture that moment and share it with the Wasaho Cree community at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Embrace the sun, carry an umbrella just in case, and let the winds guide your path!