Whitesand and Armstrong Face Ontario’s Coldest Morning: Weather Shifts Ahead

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From Clear Skies to Cloudy with a Chance of Drizzle in Ontario’s North

Current Conditions and Sunday Forecast

This morning, Whitesand and Armstrong record the lowest temperatures across Ontario, chilling at -14°C under clear skies. The humidity stands high at 87%, with winds remaining calm, providing a serene but frosty start to the day. However, the weather is set to transition, with increasing cloudiness expected and a 30 percent chance of drizzle by the afternoon. Morning fog patches will lift, but the wind chill factor is daunting, hitting -20°C. Despite the cold start, temperatures are forecasted to climb to a high of +2°C, accompanied by light winds up to 15 km/h. The day’s UV index is low at 1, indicating minimal sun exposure.

Tonight and Monday’s Outlook

As the evening approaches, the skies over Whitesand and Armstrong will turn cloudy, maintaining a 30 percent chance of early drizzle. The region faces a risk of freezing drizzle this evening and overnight, with fog patches redeveloping. Tonight’s low is expected at -2°C, presenting a mild risk of slick surfaces.

Monday, February 5th, continues the cloudy theme with persistent risks of freezing drizzle. Fog patches are anticipated to dissipate in the morning, offering clearer conditions as the day progresses. The wind remains gentle at up to 15 km/h, with a slight high of +1°C forecasted. Morning wind chills could feel as cold as -4°C, and the UV index stays low at 1.

Looking Ahead

Monday night will bring periods of cloudiness, with temperatures dipping slightly to -3°C. Residents of Whitesand and Armstrong should prepare for fluctuating weather conditions, from the extreme cold of the morning to milder, cloudier days with potential drizzle and freezing conditions. Stay updated on weather advisories to navigate these changing conditions safely.

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