Weather: Armstrong’s Arctic Ambiance: A Mix of Sun, Clouds, and Extreme Cold

Winter Weather Update

Current and Upcoming Weather Conditions (January 20, 2024)

Armstrong is currently facing chilly conditions with today’s high at minus 18°C, under a mix of sun and cloud. A 40% chance of flurries is expected this afternoon. The wind chill is severe, hitting minus 40°C in the morning and minus 25°C in the afternoon, posing a risk of frostbite.

Tonight’s Forecast

Temperatures will drop to minus 27°C tonight with partly cloudy skies. The wind chill will be around minus 30°C in the evening, plunging to minus 38°C overnight.

Weather Outlook for the Next Days

Saturday: A sunny day, high of minus 14°C, wind chill as low as minus 38°C in the morning. Increasing cloudiness at night with a low of minus 24°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

Heavy layers, including thermal innerwear, a thick insulated coat, warm hats, gloves, and insulated boots, are essential. Face coverings are advised against frostbite.

Weather Trivia

Armstrong recorded its lowest temperature at -46.3°C in 1994, showcasing the area’s potential for severe cold.

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