Morning Overview in Armstrong
ARMSTRONG – WEATHER – Residents are waking up to a chilly -9°C Monday morning, with overcast skies setting a somber tone for the day. The barometer holds steady at 101.1 kPa, indicating stable but cold weather conditions.
High humidity at 92% adds to the day’s biting chill, although winds remain calm, providing a slight reprieve from any additional wind chill factor early on.
Today’s Weather Forecast
The day promises mainly cloudy skies with a 40 percent chance of light flurries that could add a wintry touch to the landscape.
Winds will pick up slightly, reaching speeds of up to 15 km/h, but the day’s high will only climb to -4°C.
Morning wind chills are expected to feel as cold as -15°C, improving slightly to -6°C in the afternoon. The UV index remains low at 1, suggesting minimal sunlight penetration through the cloud cover.
Tonight’s Conditions: The cloudy backdrop continues into the evening, maintaining a 40 percent chance of flurries. Winds will stay consistent at up to 15 km/h, contributing to a steep drop in temperature to a low of -19°C.
Evening wind chills will start at -8°C, plummeting to -22°C overnight, making for a particularly cold night ahead.
Looking Ahead to Tuesday, 13 Feb
The forecast brightens slightly with a mix of sun and cloud expected throughout the day. Winds will continue at a gentle pace of up to 15 km/h, with temperatures reaching a high of -6°C.
Despite the appearance of the sun, morning wind chills are anticipated to be harsh at -23°C, becoming less severe at -10°C in the afternoon. The UV index stays consistent at 1, reflecting the low level of sun exposure.
Tuesday Night: The skies will see cloudy periods, with temperatures moderating slightly to a low of -15°C.
For those in Armstrong, the coming days call for continued winter readiness, with fluctuating temperatures and occasional flurries adding variety to the weather pattern. Dressing in warm layers and staying informed on the latest forecasts will be key to comfortably navigating the chilly conditions typical of this season in Northwestern Ontario.