Weather – Dryden and Vermilion Bay Welcome Winter: Flurries and Chill to Continue

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Vermilion Bay and Dryden – WEATHER – The day begins at a chilly -5°C at 5:30 am CDT in Dryden and Vermilion Bay. The morning flurries are expected to wind down by noon, making way for cloudy skies with a 40% chance of more flurries. A westward wind at 20 km/h will kick in early afternoon, targeting a high of minus 2°C, though a wind chill near minus 9°C will keep things feeling frosty.

Tonight’s Chill Chart: Tonight, clouds and a 40% chance of flurries continue to dominate the scene. The westward wind at 20 km/h will ease as the night progresses, with temperatures dropping to minus 6°C and a wind chill nearing minus 12°C.

Monday’s Milder Moments: Monday’s weather remains under a cloud with a 40% chance of flurries. Wind speeds will dial down to 15 km/h, aiming for a high of minus 1°C. However, a brisk morning wind chill of minus 11°C will ease to minus 5°C by the afternoon, signalling a slightly milder day.

Warm Wear Advisory: In light of the chilly forecast, bundling up in warm layers is advisable. Gloves and hats would be prudent additions to ward off the chill.

UV Index Insight: With a UV index of 1, the sun poses a low risk, though maintaining a regular skincare routine is beneficial.

On the Road: With flurries in the forecast, it’s wise for motorists to exercise caution and ensure vehicles are equipped with a winter safety kit.

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