Whitesand and Armstrong Weather Overview: A Wintry Weekend Ahead

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Winter Weather Update

Snowy Days and Frosty Nights in Whitesand and Armstrong

    • Today’s Forecast:
      • Flurries with Chilly Winds: The day starts with a few lingering flurries, clearing by late morning. Expect mainly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of more flurries. North winds at 20 km/h will ease later, but it’s a cold day with a high of -9°C and a wind chill making it feel as cold as -20°C in the morning.
      • Wardrobe Suggestions: Residents should wear insulated jackets, thermal underlayers, warm trousers, and snow boots. Gloves, a hat, and a scarf are essential to protect against the wind chill.

Tonight and the Weekend

    • Snowy Nights: Increasing cloudiness tonight with snow beginning overnight, adding around 2 cm. The low will be a frigid -19°C, feeling more like -26°C with the wind chill.
    • Saturday’s Snowfall: Snow continues throughout Saturday, accumulating up to 5 cm. Despite light winds, the high of -10°C will feel significantly colder, with wind chills dipping to -24°C.
    • Continued Snow on Sunday: Sunday remains cloudy with a high of -15°C, and more snow expected overnight, potentially adding to the wintry landscape.

Weather Trivia

Did you know? Whitesand and Armstrong are known for their long, snowy winters, which can last from October to April, making them some of Canada’s chilliest regions.

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