Fog Advisory in Effect for Vermilion Bay and Dryden: Caution Advised

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Fog Advisory

February 5 Forecast: Morning Fog Expected to Clear, Drizzle Possible

DRYDEN – WEATHER – As of 6:00 AM CST, Dryden and the surrounding Vermilion Bay area are under a blanket of fog with the thermometer reading a mild +1°C. The region remains under a fog advisory due to reduced visibility, with humidity levels peaking at 100%. The barometric pressure holds steady at 102.3 kPa, signaling stable but foggy conditions early in the day.

Today’s Weather Overview

The fog is anticipated to lift later in the morning, transitioning to predominantly cloudy skies throughout the day. There’s a 30 percent chance of encountering drizzle in the afternoon, alongside a risk of freezing drizzle during the morning hours, potentially affecting road conditions. Winds are expected to remain light, reaching up to 15 km/h, with temperatures climbing to a high of +4°C. However, the morning wind chill may feel as cold as -3°C.

Evening and Overnight Conditions

Heading into the evening, the skies will stay cloudy, with an early chance of drizzle diminishing as the night progresses. Light winds will continue, with temperatures expected to drop to a low of -3°C. The overnight wind chill is forecasted to reach -7°C, indicating a cooler night ahead.

Looking Ahead to Tuesday and Wednesday

Tuesday offers a slight change, with a mix of sun and cloud. The day will start cloudy, with light winds persisting and temperatures reaching a comfortable high of +4°C, although the morning wind chill could dip to -7°C. Cloudy periods will mark Tuesday night, with a mild low of -2°C.

The forecast for Wednesday predicts cloudy skies throughout the day, with temperatures peaking at +2°C. The night introduces a 30 percent chance of either flurries or rain showers, with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark at 0°C.

Residents of Vermilion Bay and Dryden should take precautions during the fog advisory, adjusting travel plans as necessary to ensure safety. As the fog clears, staying prepared for fluctuating conditions and potential drizzle will help navigate the days ahead comfortably.

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