Cloudy Skies with No Immediate Weather Warnings
Dryden – WEATHER – Dryden Airport recorded a temperature of 0°C at 6:20 AM CST, under a blanket of clouds. The barometric pressure holds steady at 101.5 kPa, and the humidity is at a high 94%.
A light breeze from the south brings the wind chill to -4°C, while the skies remain mainly cloudy without any fog advisories or weather alerts at this time.
Dryden could be seeing a new high temperature record set for today with a forecast high of +4. The previous record, set in 2023 of +1.4c could fall.
Today’s Weather Overview
Residents can anticipate mainly cloudy skies throughout the day, with a 30 percent chance of drizzle later in the afternoon. Early morning travelers should be cautious of potential freezing drizzle.
Fog patches observed earlier are expected to clear as the morning advances.
Winds are mild but may reach up to 15 km/h, and the day’s temperatures are forecasted to rise to a high of +4°C, despite the chilly start with a wind chill of -7°C. The UV index is low at 1.
Evening and Overnight Conditions
Tonight, the cloud cover will persist, accompanied by the possibility of freezing drizzle. Fog patches may become more noticeable, with winds continuing at a light pace.
The temperature is expected to dip to -2°C, with the wind chill making it feel like -6°C.
Weather Forecast for Wednesday
The following day will also be mainly cloudy, with any remaining fog patches set to dissipate in the morning.
Light winds will continue, and temperatures are set to rise to a high of +4°C, though the morning will start brisk with a wind chill of -6°C. The UV index will remain low.
Wednesday Night Weather Update
Looking ahead to Wednesday night, the forecast suggests cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of flurries or rain showers, and lows around the freezing mark.
Residents in Dryden and Vermilion Bay should dress warmly to combat the cooler morning temperatures and stay informed about potential icy conditions during the early part of the day.