Vermilion Bay and Dryden: Transitioning Weather Following Freezing Rain

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Caution Advised on Icy Surfaces, Snow Ending with Chilly Outlook

Dryden and Vermilion Bay – WEATHER – As the freezing rain warning concludes, residents of Vermilion Bay and Dryden should remain cautious due to potential icy conditions. Snowfall is expected to halt, followed by a cloudy day with a chance of light flurries.

Detailed Forecast:


  • Conditions: The last of the snow flurries tapering off into a cloudy day.
  • Chance of Flurries: Sitting at about a 40% probability.
  • Wind: Northeast winds picking up speed, gusting to 40 km/h, but will calm by morning.
  • High: Peaking at 0°C, but a temperature drop is expected by the afternoon.
  • Wind Chill: Feeling like -8°C later in the day.
  • UV Index: Low at 1.

Wardrobe Suggestions:

  • Insulated Layers: Necessary to stay warm against the wind chill.
  • Ice-Traction Footwear: Important to navigate potentially slippery areas safely.
  • Scarves and Gloves: Recommended for added warmth and protection from the wind.


  • Sky: Cloudy with a continuing 30% chance of flurries.
  • Wind: Expected to lessen near midnight.
  • Low: Forecasted to be -6°C.
  • Wind Chill: Could feel as cold as -11°C.


  • Outlook: Overcast with no significant weather change.
  • Wind: Mild, remaining under 15 km/h.
  • High: Just shy of freezing at -1°C, with wind chill making it feel near -10°C.
  • UV Index: Low at 1.

Residents should be aware of the chilly conditions and potential ice on surfaces. The weather invites caution while commuting, with the need for warm clothing and careful steps. The cloud cover is persistent, and although the snow is stopping, the temperatures suggest layers and winter accessories are still a must.

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