PEAWANUCK – WEATHER – Peawanuck residents are waking up to a misty -6°C at 6:30 AM EST, amidst a backdrop of cloudy skies. The barometric pressure holds steady at 102.3, with a high humidity level of 94% adding to the chill in the air. Northwest winds are breezing through at 11 km/h, signaling a day that calls for bundling up.
Today’s Chilly Forecast
The day ahead promises cloudy skies with a 60 percent chance of flurries, alongside a risk of freezing drizzle making outdoor conditions slippery. Winds are expected to pick up slightly, reaching up to 15 km/h, with temperatures peaking at a high of -5°C.
However, the wind chill factor will make it feel closer to -11°C, and the UV index remains low at 1.
Evening and Overnight Outlook
As the evening progresses, the sky remains overcast, with a 40 percent chance of flurries transitioning to light snow near midnight. The risk of freezing rain looms this evening and into the night, with fog patches also expected to form, further reducing visibility.
Winds will continue at up to 15 km/h, with temperatures stabilizing near -4°C and wind chill persisting near -11°C.
A Look Ahead to Tuesday
Tuesday introduces periods of light snow with a morning risk of freezing rain. Fog is forecasted to lift near noon, but not before a shift in the wind to the north at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h, ushers in colder air.
Temperatures are set to take a noticeable dip, falling to -11°C by the afternoon, with wind chill values dropping from -7°C in the morning to a biting -18°C in the afternoon.
Tuesday Night Forecast
The night is expected to clear up slightly, with cloudy periods dominating and temperatures plummeting to a low of -22°C. This marks a return to more seasonal temperatures for Peawanuck, signalling the onset of a cold snap that residents should prepare for.
As the community of Peawanuck navigates through these fluctuating winter conditions, staying informed on the latest weather updates and preparing for colder temperatures will be crucial for safety and comfort.