Dryden and Vermilion Bay wake up to a chilly morning with temperatures rising to -2°C. However, with a wind chill near -11°C, it’s going to feel much colder. Time to layer up with thermal wear and a good quality windbreaker!
Thursday (14th Dec) Morning to Afternoon: The sun is out, but don’t be deceived by its warm glow. The temperature reaches a high of +4°C, yet the morning wind chill lingers at -7°C. Winds pick up speed, gusting up to 50 km/h. It’s a day for wind-resistant, warm outfits and maybe a hat to keep your ears snug.
Thursday Evening to Night: As the day winds down, cloudiness increases, and the wind calms, setting the stage for a cool evening with a low of -1°C. A light jacket or sweater would be perfect for evening strolls.
Friday (15th Dec): Friday brings cloudy skies with a 60% chance of rain showers or flurries and a high of +2°C. It’s a day to be prepared for anything – an umbrella, a waterproof jacket, and layers to adjust to the shifting weather.
Friday Night: The clouds linger, and the temperature dips to -7°C. If you’re out and about, keep yourself wrapped up in warm layers. A good night for indoor activities or a warm cup by the fireplace.
- Early Morning: Thermal layers, wind-resistant jacket, and warm headgear.
- Thursday Afternoon: Comfortable layers with a light, windproof jacket.
- Evening/Night: Cozy sweater or light jacket.
- Friday: Waterproof outerwear and umbrella, with layers for temperature changes.
Ever wonder why we sometimes get rain and flurries together? It’s all about the temperature layers in the atmosphere. If warm and cold layers mix just right, you get a delightful (or not so delightful) mix of both!