Armstrong and Whitesand Weather Update: Flurries Likely and Chilly Winds Ahead

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Mix of Sun and Cloud to Start, Clouds Gathering by Noon

Armstrong and Whitesand – Weather – As we welcome the morning in Armstrong and Whitesand, and a new month, the temperature stands at -6°C as of 7:00 am. Early risers will experience a mix of sun and cloud, however, clouds are expected to gather around noon. The wind is predicted to pick up the pace, turning west at 20 km/h and gusting up to 40 km/h as the morning progresses. Despite the chilly start with a wind chill of -12, the high for the day is forecasted to reach a slightly warmer +1°C. The UV index is at a low of 2, indicating minimal risk from sun exposure.

Evening Forecast:

Tonight, the clouds will hang around with a 40% chance of flurries making an appearance. Initially, the west wind at 20 km/h will ease into a gentle breeze during the early evening, before picking up momentum again late into the night, gusting back to 40 km/h. The mercury will dip to a low of -7°C, with the wind chill making it feel closer to -10°C as the night unfolds.

Looking Ahead to Thursday:

The weather script for Thursday reads similarly with mainly cloudy skies and a 40% chance of flurries. The wind will shift slightly to the southwest at 20 km/h during the morning hours. A higher temperature of +2°C is expected, although the morning wind chill will still nip at -12. The UV index remains at a low 2, maintaining a minimal risk level for sun exposure.

Wardrobe Recommendations:

With the chilly wind chill in the forecast, it’s advisable to layer up and keep warm clothing at hand. A good insulated jacket, gloves, and a hat would be wise choices for both the morning and evening hours.

Stay updated on the latest weather changes and plan your outdoor activities accordingly to ensure a comfortable and safe day ahead.

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