Mixed Skies Today, Moving to Snowy Conditions by Nightfall
Residents of Dryden and Vermilion Bay will experience a cold morning with sunshine and clouds, transitioning to snow in the evening and potential rain showers or drizzle the following day.
- Sky: Sun and cloud mix, creating a partially overcast atmosphere.
- Wind: Gaining strength from the southeast at 20 km/h.
- High: Approaching just below freezing at -1°C.
- Wind Chill: A crisp start with a morning chill of -15°C, easing slightly in the afternoon.
- UV Index: Minimal at level 1.
- Layers: Essential for fluctuating temperatures throughout the day.
- Winter Accessories: Scarves, gloves, and hats recommended for morning chill.
- Eye Protection: Sunglasses for the sunny spells.
- Sky: Overcast with snowfall beginning in the evening hours.
- Snow: An expected accumulation of 5 cm, be prepared for slick roads.
- Temperature: Dropping to -3°C, close to freezing.
- Wind Chill: Feeling like -9°C in the brisk southeastern winds.
Looking Ahead – Wednesday, 8 Nov:
- Sky: Morning snow giving way to a 60% chance of rain showers or drizzle by afternoon.
- Wind: Persistent from the south at 20 km/h, with strong gusts of up to 40 km/h.
- High: A mild temperature rise to +3°C.
- Wind Chill: Morning temperatures feeling like -7°C before warming.
As the day progresses, the Dryden and Vermilion Bay areas should anticipate snowfall beginning this evening and potentially transitioning to rain showers or drizzle by Wednesday. The morning’s colder temperatures and wind chill factor call for warm attire and cautious commuting, while the evening’s snowfall may impact travel conditions. The slight warm-up on Wednesday could bring wetter conditions, so waterproof gear may be necessary.