Today’s Arctic Palette: Mainly Cloudy Strokes with a Gentle Breeze ❄️🌬️
Vermilion Bay and Dryden – WEATHER – As the clock strikes the early hours, Dryden emerges into a winter canvas painted in a palette of icy blues. The day unfolds with mainly cloudy strokes and a gentle breeze, caressing the landscape at speeds up to 15 km/h. The high temperature reaches a chilly minus 5, with the morning wind chill dipping to a biting minus 17, gradually softening to a more bearable minus 9 in the afternoon.
Nighttime Whispers: Cloudy Blanket and Northward Winds ❄️🌙
As the sun takes its leave, a cloudy blanket descends over Vermilion Bay and Dryden. The winds, donning a northerly cloak at 20 km/h, whisper through the night air. The temperature descends to a cold minus 15, with wind chills commencing at a brisk minus 10 in the evening and intensifying to a more piercing minus 22 overnight.
Wednesday’s Mosaic: A Mix of Sun, Cloud, and the Eastward Breeze ❄️🌬️
Wednesday brings forth a mosaic of weather elements, featuring a blend of sun and cloud. As the morning progresses, the eastward breeze takes a gentle lead at 20 km/h. The day’s high, a colder minus 9, sees the morning wind chill plunging to a biting minus 22, later easing to a milder minus 14 in the afternoon.
Nightfall’s Embrace: Cloudy Veil Over the Winter Canvas 🌙❄️
As nightfall embraces the landscape, a cloudy veil gracefully envelops Vermilion Bay and Dryden. The temperature hovers at minus 9, maintaining a gentle chill throughout the night.