Weather – Vermilion Bay and Dryden: From Sun and Clouds to Snowy Evenings!

Dryden Winter

Vermilion Bay and Dryden – Weather – After a chilly night with a low of minus 21 and wind chills dipping to minus 26 overnight, it’s time to bundle up for a day of changing skies and snowy surprises.

Today’s Weather: A Mix of Elements

  • The day will greet us with a mix of sun and cloud, but don’t be fooled; the clouds are planning to take over in the afternoon.
  • Expect periods of snow later in the day. A perfect time for some snow gazing!
  • The wind is joining the party, blowing south at 30 km/h in the morning.
  • The high will be around minus 7 degrees, but with a wind chill of minus 33 in the morning warming slightly to minus 18 in the afternoon, it’s important to dress warmly.
  • Don’t forget, there’s a risk of frostbite and a low UV index of 1, so it’s best to stay prepared.

Tonight’s Forecast:

  • Snow will continue into the evening, with around 2 cm expected.
  • The wind will shift to the southwest at 30 km/h but will ease off early in the evening.
  • Temperatures will rise to a more bearable minus 4 by morning, with the wind chill easing to minus 10 overnight.

Looking Ahead to Wednesday, November 29th:

  • Wednesday will be cloudy with a 40 percent chance of flurries.
  • The high for the day is a slightly warmer minus 2 degrees.

Wardrobe and Safety Tips:

  • Dress in layers to stay warm: thermal base, a warm middle, and a wind-resistant outer layer.
  • A hat, gloves, and a scarf are essential for braving the chilly wind.
  • Take precautions against frostbite, especially in the morning.

Conclusion: Vermilion Bay and Dryden folks, get ready for a day that starts with a bit of sunshine and ends with a snowy evening. Stay warm, take care of each other, and enjoy the winter magic while staying frostbite-free!

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