Armstrong and Whitesand First Nation Weather Forecast: Colder with Chances of Flurries

Winter Weather Update

The Armstrong and Whitesand First Nation area is currently experiencing chilly weather with some snow activity.

Today: Flurries with Cloudy Skies

The region is witnessing flurries, which are expected to end in the afternoon. Following that, the weather will be cloudy with a 40% chance of additional flurries. The wind is blowing from the northwest at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h. The high for the day is slightly above freezing at +1°C, but the wind chill will make it feel as cold as -10°C in the afternoon.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Dress warmly to cope with the chilly winds and potential for flurries, especially in the afternoon.

Tonight: Continued Cold with Possible Flurries

The night will remain mainly cloudy with a 40% chance of flurries continuing. The northwest wind of 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h, will become light around midnight. Temperatures are expected to drop significantly to a low of -10°C, with the wind chill making it feel just as cold in the evening.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Ensure adequate warm clothing for the evening as temperatures plummet.

Sunday’s Forecast: Sunny but Cold

Sunday brings a change, with sunny skies forecasted. However, the temperature will remain cold with a high of just -1°C.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Although sunny, it’s important to dress warmly to manage the sub-zero temperatures.

Overall Advice: The weather in Armstrong and Whitesand First Nation is quite cold with occasional flurries today and clear but cold conditions expected for Sunday. Dressing in layers and ensuring protection against the cold is crucial, especially given the significant wind chill factor.

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