November 1, 2023 – Cloud Cover and Flurry Chances Persist in Vermilion Bay and Dryden

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Keeping Warm is Key as November’s Chill Sets In

Vermilion Bay and Dryden – WEATHER – Residents will experience another cloudy day with a 40% chance of flurries late this morning and into the afternoon on November 1, 2023. The wind, hailing from the west at 20 km/h, accompanies a high temperature of minus 2°C, while the morning wind chill could make it feel as cold as minus 13°C. The afternoon will see a slight improvement with a wind chill of minus 6°C. The UV index remains at a low 1, indicating minimal risk from sun exposure.

Evening Forecast:

As the evening rolls in, the cloud cover will persist, with a 60% chance of flurries making an appearance. Wind speeds will dial back to up to 15 km/h, and the temperature is expected to drop to a low of minus 5°C, with a wind chill of minus 8°C.

Looking ahead to November 2:

The clouds aren’t going anywhere come November 2, with another 40% chance of flurries on the cards. The wind will shift to the southwest, picking up speed at 20 km/h early in the afternoon. Despite the chill, temperatures are expected to reach zero, though the morning wind chill will hang around minus 7°C. The UV index remains at a low 1.

Wardrobe Tips:

In light of the prevailing cold weather, residents are encouraged to dress warmly in layered clothing. A combination of thermal wear, insulated jackets, gloves, and hats will help retain body heat. Scarves and ear muffs can also provide additional warmth against the brisk wind.

Stay Warm, Stay Informed:

Residents are urged to keep abreast of the latest weather updates, especially when planning outdoor activities. The early days of November are showcasing a chilly temperament, but with the right attire and updated information, staying warm and safe is achievable.

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