Dryden and Vermilion Bay: Cloudy Skies with a Touch of Frost Before Christmas

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Dryden and Vermilion Bay Weather Report – Thursday, December 21

Residents of Dryden and Vermilion Bay, it’s a cold start at -7°C, leading into a day of varied winter weather.

Today: The day will be mainly cloudy, with a south wind at 20 km/h becoming lighter around noon. The high is anticipated to reach zero degrees, but a morning wind chill of -15°C means you should dress warmly.

Tonight: Cloudy skies dominate, accompanied by a risk of freezing drizzle and the development of fog patches around midnight. The wind will be up to 15 km/h, contributing to a low of -1°C and a wind chill of -5°C overnight.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Be sure to layer up, especially in the morning, to stay warm against the wind chill.

Friday, December 22

Another cloudy day awaits, with a slightly higher temperature of +3°C.

Night: The clouds continue, with a mild low of +1°C. It’s a good evening for some cozy indoor activities.

Looking Ahead to Christmas Day

Christmas Day is set to bring a mix of sun and cloud, with a high of -6°C. It looks like a classic winter day for holiday celebrations.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Prepare for a mixed-weather Christmas Day. Dress in warm layers, and don’t forget a festive accessory to add to the holiday spirit!

Weather Trivia: Did you know that freezing drizzle can create ‘black ice,’ which is nearly invisible on roads and sidewalks? It’s one of winter’s more treacherous phenomena.

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