Whitesand and Armstrong Weather: Snow Ending by Afternoon

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Winter is a great time to get out, embrace the weather and enjoy the outdoors
Winter is a great time to get out, embrace the weather and enjoy the outdoors

Whitesand – WEATHER – As of early morning, Whitesand and Armstrong are experiencing light snow with temperatures dropping to -19°C, and a wind chill making it feel like -25°C.

The barometer reads 102.5 kPa, with humidity at 74% and winds coming from the NNW at 8 km/h.

Today’s Forecast

The day is expected to be mainly cloudy with a 40% chance of flurries in the morning, clearing in the afternoon. Winds will pick up to northwest 20 km/h, with temperatures reaching a high of -16°C.

The wind chill could drop to as low as -32°C in the morning and -23°C in the afternoon, signaling a risk of frostbite. The UV index remains low at 1.

Tonight

The skies will clear, with increasing cloudiness overnight followed by periods of light snow. Winds will slow to light after becoming northwest 20 km/h earlier in the evening.

Temperatures are set to plummet to -27°C, with the wind chill deepening to -28°C in the evening and -36°C overnight, continuing the risk of frostbite.

Weekend Outlook

  • Saturday, February 17: Expect periods of snow accumulating 2 to 4 cm. Winds will shift to west 20 km/h by late afternoon, with a high of -9°C. The wind chill is forecasted to be -32°C in the morning and -15°C in the afternoon, maintaining the risk of frostbite.
  • Saturday Night: The weather turns cloudy with a 60% chance of flurries and a low of -14°C.
  • Sunday, February 18: A mix of sun and cloud with a 30% chance of flurries is expected. The high will be around -10°C, with clear skies and a low of -23°C at night.

Residents are advised to dress warmly and take necessary precautions to prevent frostbite. This chilly forecast brings a reminder of the winter’s severity, especially in regions like Whitesand and Armstrong, where temperatures can drop significantly.

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