A Snowy Serenade Sprinkles Softly over Northwestern Ontario!
Whitesand and Armstrong Weather – Forecast Synopsis: The quiet whisper of winter is set to serenade Whitesand and Armstrong in Northwestern Ontario with its first significant snowfall.
The SNOW tale unfolds tonight with a series of low-pressure systems taking center stage.
Act I: The Gentle Prelude As the curtain rises tonight, the gentle prelude of snowfall begins, twirling softly through Thursday with a first drop of 2 to 5 cm of snow. A chilly morning with a wind chill of minus 6 welcomes the day at +2°C, alongside a 30% chance of morning drizzle that may freeze in the early hours. The act continues with a 60% chance of rain showers making an appearance late in the afternoon, leading to a high of +5°C.
Clothing Cue: Today A warm coat with a cozy scarf and gloves will have you waltzing through the chill with grace.
Act II: The Snowy Sequel As the day transcends into night, the sky blankets the stage with a 60% chance of rain showers, transitioning into snow or rain late in the evening. A snowfall amount of 2 to 4 cm is expected to grace the grounds, with temperatures dropping to a low of +1°C.
Clothing Cue: Tonight A warm, waterproof ensemble with sturdy boots is the way to glide through the snow-rain duet.
Act III: The Flurry Finale Thursday hosts the finale with snow taking a bow in the morning, transitioning to a cloudy sky with a 40% chance of flurries. The temperature holds a steady position near +1°C, with a low of -3°C as periods of snow or rain continue through the night.
Clothing Cue: Thursday Layers of warmth with a waterproof outer shell will be your companions in the flurry finale.