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A Showery Weekend on the Horizon

Greetings, Whitesand and Armstrong! It’s time to break down the weather forecast, and it looks like you’re in for a weekend that might require a trusty umbrella. Let’s explore the details.

Today’s Forecast: Clouds, Showers, and Thunderstorm Alert

Whitesand and Armstrong start the day with mainly cloudy skies and a 60 percent chance of showers. But that’s not all! Late in the afternoon, there’s a risk of a thunderstorm making an electrifying entrance. So, keep an ear out for the rumble of thunder.

Temperature Check: High of 19°C – Mild and Moist

Despite the cloudy skies, temperatures will reach a high of 19°C, making it a relatively mild day. It’s like the weather is saying, “I may bring the rain, but I won’t bring the chill.”

UV Index Alert: Moderate Sun Protection Advised

The UV index is at 4 today, so while clouds dominate the scene, don’t forget to keep some sun protection on hand. UV rays can still sneak through.

Evening Outlook: Cloudy with More Showers and Thunder

As night falls, the cloudy conditions persist with a 60 percent chance of showers. There’s also a risk of another thunderstorm in the evening, so stay indoors if you hear those rumbles.

Saturday’s Preview: More Clouds and Showers

Saturday doesn’t offer much respite. Expect cloudy skies and a 60 percent chance of showers throughout the day. The high temperature will reach 18°C, keeping things on the cooler side.

UV Index Reminder: Moderate Sun Protection Advised

The UV index remains moderate at 4 on Saturday, so be prepared with your sunscreen and sunglasses, just in case the sun decides to make a cameo appearance.

That’s a wrap on your Whitesand and Armstrong weather update! Stay prepared for showers, potential thunderstorms, and keep that umbrella handy. If you happen to capture any weather-related moments, feel free to share them with us at nwoupdate@netnewsledger.com.

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