Wasaho Cree Nation Weather: Snowy and Chilly Conditions Ahead!

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White Bear Paw Print in snow - Image Lydia Matthews
White Bear Paw Print in snow - Image Lydia Matthews

Weather Report for Wasaho Cree Nation – Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Snowy and Chilly Ahead

Current Conditions: Good morning, Wasaho Cree Nation! It’s a chilly -5°C at 5:00 AM, and the day ahead promises some snowy and cold conditions. Let’s take a closer look at the forecast.

Daytime Forecast – Morning Snow and Cloudy Skies: The day begins with periods of light snow, which should end near noon, leaving us with cloudy skies. The wind will be up to 15 km/h. Highs today will reach minus 4°C, with a wind chill near minus 9°C. Be cautious of potentially slippery conditions.

Nighttime – Continued Cloud Cover: Monday night continues with cloudy conditions. The wind will be up to 15 km/h, and lows will drop to minus 8°C. The wind chill will be around minus 9°C in the evening and a colder minus 14°C overnight. Stay warm!

Weather Trivia: Snowflakes are not always six-sided. They can have various shapes, including plates, columns, and needles, depending on temperature and humidity conditions in the atmosphere. Each snowflake is unique and beautiful!

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Snowy Afternoon Ahead

Daytime – Snowfall Expected: Wednesday brings cloudy skies with snow beginning early in the afternoon. Snow accumulation is expected to be around 2 cm. The wind will be from the south at 30 km/h. Highs will reach minus 3°C, with a wind chill of minus 16°C in the morning and minus 11°C in the afternoon.

Night – Cloudy with Some Clearing: The night will have cloudy periods with a low of minus 10°C. Keep warm and stay safe!

Wardrobe Suggestions

Dress warmly to combat the cold and potential snowfall. Start with thermal clothing, add a heavy winter jacket, a warm scarf, and insulated boots. Gloves and a snug hat are essential. Be prepared for snowy conditions during the day.

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