Weather – Armstrong and Whitesand: From Chilly to a Dusting of Snow, and More Flurries on the Horizon

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Whitesand and Armstrong – WEATHER – As the night progressed, temperatures rose to a more manageable minus 8 degrees, offering some relief from the chill. Wind chills will drop to minus 18 this evening but will improve to minus 13 overnight.

As of 5:30 am EST it is -6c.

Wednesday, November 29th: Flurries in the Forecast

  • Today, you can expect flurries throughout the day, with a local accumulation of about 2 cm.
  • The wind will pick up in the morning, becoming west at 20 km/h and gusting to 40, adding a brisk touch to the day.
  • The high will reach minus 1 degree, with wind chills of minus 14 in the morning and minus 7 in the afternoon.

Wednesday Night: More Flurries

  • Flurries will continue into the night, with another 2 cm of snow expected.
  • The wind, while still present, will become lighter as it shifts to the west at 20 km/h before becoming light.
  • Overnight, temperatures will dip to minus 10 degrees, with wind chills of minus 4 in the evening and minus 12 overnight.

Thursday, November 30th: A Mix of Sun and Cloud with a Chance of Flurries

  • Thursday brings a mix of sun and cloud, with a 60 percent chance of flurries.
  • The high will reach minus 9 degrees.

Wardrobe and Safety Tips:

  • Bundle up with layers, including thermal wear, a cozy insulating layer, and a wind-resistant outer layer.
  • Don’t forget to protect your extremities with hats, gloves, and scarves.
  • Stay cautious of slippery conditions on the roads and sidewalks.

Prepare for a day of flurries on Wednesday, with a dusting of snow accumulating. Stay warm and safe as you navigate the winter weather, and get ready for a mix of sun and cloud on Thursday. Enjoy the beauty of winter, and remember to keep those winter wardrobe essentials close by!

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