Frigid Forecast for Dryden and Vermilion Bay
Dryden is currently in the grip of a severe cold wave, with temperatures today reaching -28.1°C under mainly clear skies. The wind from the east-northeast at 9 km/h brings a wind chill of -36°C. Humidity is at 78%.
Tonight’s Deep Freeze
The cold continues tonight with clear skies and temperatures plunging to -28°C. The wind chill will make it feel like -33°C overnight.
The weather pattern for the coming week in Dryden suggests mainly cloudy skies and slowly rising temperatures. Saturday will be mainly cloudy with a high of -16°C and a low of -17°C at night. Sunday will be cloudy with a 60% chance of flurries, reaching a high of -12°C and a low of -13°C. The trend of cloudy skies and chances of flurries will persist through the week, with daytime highs gradually increasing to -2°C and nighttime lows around -13°C.
Residents should wear multiple layers, including thermal wear, insulated coats, warm hats, gloves, and boots. Face coverings are essential to protect against harsh wind chills.
Dryden has faced extreme weather in the past, with the lowest temperature recorded reaching -39.2°C in 2019.