Armstrong and Whitesand Weather Forecast: Cold and Cloudy with Flurries

Winter Weather Update

Armstrong and Whitesand are facing chilly weather conditions marked by cloudiness and intermittent snow flurries.

The daytime forecast for January 24th presents cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of flurries and a risk of freezing drizzle. The wind, blowing at speeds up to 15 km/h, will not offer much reprieve, as the high temperature is expected to hover around 0°C. Morning wind chills are predicted to feel as cold as -12°C.

As night falls, the cloudy conditions will persist, along with a continued 30 percent chance of snow flurries and potential freezing drizzle. The temperature is expected to dip to -6°C, maintaining the wintry chill in the air.

Looking forward to January 25th, the forecast anticipates similar weather with a 40 percent chance of flurries throughout the day and a high of just -1°C. The night is set to bring cloudy periods, with the temperature dropping further to a low of -9°C.

Residents should dress warmly, considering the cold and unpredictable weather. Layering clothing, including a weather-resistant outer layer, is advisable, along with hats, gloves, and insulated footwear.

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