Armstrong and Whitesand Weather: Chilly Monday with a Chance of Flurries!

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It is now Winter yet and no there isn't snow Yet! Just an appetizer for the coming winter.

Chilly Start to the Week

Armstrong and Whitesand – Weather – Current Conditions: Good morning, Armstrong and Whitesand! It’s a cloudy day ahead with a slight chance of flurries, and there’s a risk of freezing drizzle in the morning. The temperature is currently hovering at minus 2°C. Let’s break down the day for you.

Daytime Forecast – Cloudy with a Chance of Flurries: Throughout the day, expect cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of flurries. There’s a risk of freezing drizzle in the morning, so be cautious on the roads. The wind will become southeast at 20 km/h near noon. Highs today will reach minus 2°C, but the morning wind chill will make it feel like minus 11°C, improving to minus 6°C in the afternoon. Dress warmly and drive carefully!

Nighttime – More Clouds and a Chance of Flurries: The night continues with cloudy conditions and a 30 percent chance of flurries. The wind will be up to 15 km/h, and the temperature will drop to minus 8°C, with a wind chill near minus 10°C. Keep those blankets ready for a cozy night.

Tuesday, December 5, 2023

A Mix of Sun and Clouds

Daytime – Partly Sunny with a Slight Chance of Flurries: Tuesday brings a mix of sun and clouds with a 30 percent chance of flurries. Highs will reach minus 7°C. Don’t forget your winter coat; it’s still chilly out there!

Night – Clear and Cold: The night will be clear with a low of minus 12°C. It’s a crisp night, so bundle up if you’re out and about.

Wardrobe Suggestions

Layer up to stay warm! Start with thermal clothing, add a winter jacket, a warm scarf, and insulated boots. Gloves and a snug hat are essential, especially with the risk of freezing drizzle. Be prepared for varying conditions throughout the day.

Weather Trivia: Did you know that freezing drizzle is composed of supercooled water droplets that freeze upon contact with cold surfaces? This can create a thin, transparent layer of ice, making roads and walkways slippery. So, remember to be cautious if you encounter freezing drizzle!

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