Mild Temperatures with Freezing Drizzle Risk and Evening Fog
In Armstrong and Whitesand this morning at 6:45 AM, the temperature hovers at -1°C under cloudy skies. The barometric pressure is holding steady at 101.7 kPa, and with full humidity at 100%, the light southern winds at 5 km/h are causing a slight wind chill effect, feeling like -3°C.
Today’s Weather Conditions
The region can expect mainly cloudy skies throughout the day, with a 40 percent chance of rain showers or flurries in the afternoon. Residents should be aware of the risk of freezing drizzle and dissipating fog patches this morning. Winds will remain under 15 km/h, with temperatures expected to rise to a high of +3°C. However, the morning wind chill may make it feel as cold as -5°C, so dressing warmly is recommended. The UV index is low at 1.
As evening approaches, the cloud cover will persist, accompanied by a 40 percent chance of flurries and ongoing risk of freezing drizzle. Fog is set to develop again this evening, and the temperature will drop slightly to a low of -1°C.
Looking Ahead to Wednesday
Wednesday will be overcast, with morning fog patches expected to clear. Temperatures will remain steady around +1°C throughout the day, providing a consistent cool climate.
Wednesday Night Weather Outlook
The night will continue to be cloudy with a 40 percent chance of flurries and a low reaching -2°C.
As the communities of Armstrong and Whitesand experience this wintery mix of conditions, staying updated on the latest weather reports will ensure safe and comfortable planning for all outdoor activities and travel.