Greater Sudbury Weather Forecast for March 28, 2024: A Chilly Start to the Easter Weekend

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Sudbury – Weather – Greater Sudbury welcomes residents and visitors with a delicate snowfall, setting a wintry scene despite the calendar’s advance into spring. Recorded at Greater Sudbury Airport, the city is enveloped in a light snow, hinting at a chilly yet interesting Easter weekend ahead.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions:

As of 6:00 AM EDT, with the temperature gently hovering around -1.9°C and a high humidity level of 92%, the city feels the full embrace of late winter weather. A south-southwest wind blows at 15 km/h, bringing a wind chill factor that dips to -7, making it feel significantly cooler. Despite the snow, visibility remains excellent at 24 km, suggesting that the snowfall is light and not impeding sight.


Expected Conditions: Greater Sudbury’s weather is poised for subtle changes as we step into the extended Easter weekend. Today, the skies will remain mainly cloudy, with a 60 percent chance of flurries and brisk winds from the southwest at 30 km/h. The day’s high will barely tip over the freezing point at +1°C, with a wind chill making the morning feel as cold as -9°C under a moderate UV index of 3.

Tonight transitions to cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of early evening flurries. Winds will slow to a lighter pace, with temperatures plummeting to a low of -9°C, and the wind chill worsening to -12°C overnight.

Friday, March 29: The overcast sky continues, with a slight wind chill of -14°C in the morning but warming to a high of +3°C. The night will be clear, dropping to a low of -6°C.

Saturday, March 30: Expect a cloudy day with a 30 percent chance of flurries and a high of +4°C. The pattern repeats at night with a low of -4°C.

Sunday, March 31: Sudbury will see a sunny break, with temperatures reaching up to 6°C, followed by a night of cloudy periods and a low of -4°C.

Monday, April 1: The forecast anticipates a cloudy day with a high of +4°C, and the night brings a 40 percent chance of flurries with a low of -2°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations:

Given the fluctuating conditions, dressing in layers will be crucial. Warm, insulated footwear and a water-resistant outer layer are advisable, especially during early morning and evening hours when the wind chill is most significant. Don’t forget sunglasses for the sunny spells.

Weather Trivia:

Greater Sudbury’s unique geographic location makes it susceptible to rapid weather changes, especially in the transitional seasons of spring and fall, showcasing a wide range of weather patterns within a short period.

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