April 13, 2024: Greater Sudbury Weekend Weather Forecast

Discover the latest weather forecast for Sault Ste. Marie, including a special weather statement warning of significant rainfall and possible snow. Stay informed on what to expect and how to prepare

Sudbury – WEATHER – This morning, Greater Sudbury greets residents with light snow and brisk winds as observed at the Greater Sudbury Airport. As the day progresses, the weather is set to clear, providing a brief respite before fluctuating conditions return, offering a mix of sun, flurries, and rain showers over the next few days.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions

As of 6:00 AM EDT, the city is experiencing light snow with a temperature just slightly above freezing at 0.6°C. The atmospheric pressure is steady at 100.0 kPa and rising. Humidity is high at 91%, with a dew point of -0.7°C.

Winds are blowing from the northwest at 34 km/h, gusting up to 47 km/h, and visibility is at 16 km.

Expected Conditions

Saturday, April 13: Snow will cease this morning, followed by clear skies. Winds will continue from the northwest at 30 km/h, gusting to 60 km/h. The day will warm up to a high of 11°C with a moderate UV index of 4. Tonight, expect increasing cloudiness with northwest winds decreasing to 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h, and a low of 1°C.

Sunday, April 14: The day will start with a mix of flurries and rain showers, transitioning to just rain showers by morning. The high will be a cooler 6°C with a low UV index of 2. The night will clear up, with temperatures holding steady at a low of 2°C.

Monday, April 15: The week begins with sunny skies and a pleasant high of 15°C. Nighttime conditions will remain clear with the low again at a comfortable 2°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

For today, bundle up with a warm coat and waterproof boots to handle the light snow and chilly winds. As conditions clear, lighter layers may be appropriate but keep a scarf and gloves handy for the gusty winds. For the fluctuating weather on Sunday, consider waterproof outerwear and layers that can be adjusted easily. With sunny days ahead on Monday, lighter attire will be suitable, but always be prepared for cooler evenings.

Weather Trivia

Did you know? Greater Sudbury is one of the snowiest cities in Canada, receiving an average snowfall of 262 cm annually. This makes it a vibrant location for winter sports, despite the challenges heavy snow can pose to daily activities.

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