March 15, 2024: Sudbury Weather Forecast Looking into the Weekend

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Greater Sudbury – WEATHER – Dawn in Sudbury brings a cloudy skyline, as observed from the Greater Sudbury Airport this Friday morning. With a chilly start to the day, the city prepares itself for varied weather conditions, thanks to a rising barometric pressure suggesting slight improvements in the weather pattern.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions

As the clock struck 6:00 AM EDT, Sudbury recorded a crisp temperature of -1.1°C with the wind chill plunging to -8°C, thanks to brisk northern winds blowing at 27 km/h, gusting up to 39 km/h. Despite the cloud cover, visibility remains excellent at 24 km. The humidity stands at a high 84%, with the dew point at a frosty -3.4°C, hinting at the cold moisture in the air.

Today, Sudbury is expected to remain mainly cloudy. The wind, still coming from the north, will blow at 20 km/h with gusts reaching 40 km/h but will lighten by the afternoon. The high is anticipated to reach a milder 6°C, under a low UV index of 2. As night falls, the sky will clear, with increasing cloudiness nearing midnight. Winds will stay gentle at up to 15 km/h, dropping the temperature to a low of minus 4°C and a wind chill of minus 6°C this evening.

Tomorrow’s Forecast and into the Weekend

Saturday, March 16, brings cloudier skies with snow or rain starting in the morning and transitioning to periods of rain in the afternoon.

Expect local snowfall around 2 cm. The wind will shift to the south at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h, as temperatures rise slightly to plus 3°C, under a low UV index of 1.

Nighttime may see flurries or rain showers, with lows dipping to minus 2°C.

Sunday, March 17, is forecasted for flurries throughout the day, with a high of minus 1°C. The night turns cloudier with a 60 percent chance of flurries, leading into a colder low of minus 9°C.

Monday, March 18, promises a mix of sun and cloud with a 40 percent chance of flurries and a daytime high of minus 3°C. Nighttime skies will see cloudy periods as the temperature falls further to minus 11°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

Given the chilly and variable conditions, layering remains essential. Warm, insulated clothing, windproof layers, and waterproof boots are recommended, especially for Saturday’s mix of snow and rain. Don’t forget hats and gloves to combat the cold, especially in the early morning and evening.

Weather Trivia

Sudbury’s weather can be quite dynamic in March. Did you know? In March 2012, Sudbury experienced a record high temperature of 24°C, showcasing the potential for early spring warmth amidst typically cold conditions.

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