Brisk Breezes and Flurry Hints: Armstrong and Whitesand’s Weather Outlook

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Winter Whispers: Flurries, Frost, and the Occasional Sunshine in Armstrong and Whitesand

Armstrong and Whitesand Weather Report – Wednesday, December 20

ARMSTRONG – WEATHER – Good morning, residents of Armstrong and Whitesand! With a chilly -14°C at dawn, it’s a day to wrap up warmly as you step out.

Today: A dance of sun and clouds over us with a 30% chance of flurries early in the morning. The wind is playing it cool at 15 km/h, and we’re expecting a high of -12°C. But, the wind chill is the real talk of the town, dropping to -22°C this morning and -15°C in the afternoon.

Tonight: The clouds are gatecrashing our partly cloudy party, becoming denser overnight. The wind’s shifting to the southeast at 20 km/h after midnight. The low plummets to -19°C but warms up to -11°C by morning. Brace yourselves for a wind chill of -26°C this evening. Hot cocoa, anyone?

Wardrobe Suggestion: Thermal layers are your best friends today, along with a heavy jacket and insulated boots!

Thursday, December 21

Cloud cover continues, bringing with it a 40% chance of flurries and a risk of freezing drizzle – a bit of a slippery situation!

Daytime: The south wind is blowing at 20 km/h, warming things up to a high of -2°C. However, the wind chill will make it feel like -18°C in the morning and a bit ‘warmer’ at -7°C in the afternoon.

Evening: Cloudy skies remain with a low of -3°C. A perfect evening for some indoor warmth and comfort.

Looking Ahead to Christmas Day

Hoping for a white Christmas? There’s a 60% chance of flurries mixed with some sun and cloud. Expect a high of -4°C.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Keep warm in your winter best – think snow boots, mittens, and a cozy hat!

Weather Trivia: Did you know that the term “flurry” originated in the early 17th century, meaning a light, brief shower of snow? Quite fitting for our forecast!

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