Early Morning Weather: Chilly and Cloudy for Remembrance Day
As of 5:30 am CST, Dryden and Vermilion Bay are experiencing cloudy weather with a temperature of minus 3°C. There’s a 30 percent chance of flurries early this morning. Winds from the south at 20 km/h will become lighter around noon. The high is expected to reach zero degrees, but the morning wind chill will be significant, feeling like minus 12°C. The UV index is low.
Dress Warmly for the Day: Residents should wear warm layers, including a wind-resistant jacket, hat, and gloves, to stay comfortable in the chilly morning conditions.
Tonight’s Forecast: Continued Cloudiness with Flurries and Freezing Drizzle
Tonight will be cloudy, with a few flurries beginning before morning and a risk of freezing drizzle. Winds will shift to the southeast at 20 km/h after midnight. The low will be minus 3°C, and the wind chill will feel near minus 9°C.
Sunday’s Outlook: Flurries Shifting to Rain Showers
Sunday will start with a few flurries, which are expected to change to rain showers near noon. There’s also a risk of freezing drizzle early in the morning. Local snowfall could amount to 2 cm. The wind will pick up, coming from the south at 20 km/h and gusting up to 40 km/h, with a high of plus 3°C.
Travel Advisory: Motorists should be prepared for potentially slippery road conditions, especially early in the morning due to the risk of freezing drizzle and changing weather. The windy conditions may also impact driving.
Staying Informed and Safe: Residents are encouraged to stay up-to-date with the latest weather forecasts and dress appropriately for the cold and variable conditions. Preparing homes and vehicles for the winter weather is crucial for safety, particularly with the possibility of freezing drizzle and fluctuating temperatures.