Greater Sudbury Weather Forecast Extended Rain and Temperature Shifts

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GREATER SUDBURY – WEATHER – Get set for rainy weather from now into Saturday with rain in the forecast through Friday, and by Saturday the Weather Desk is saying there is a 30% chance of snow flurries. The weather conditions while wet are frankly needed moisture not only for area lawns and gardens but to help the wildfire situation over the coming months.

We can talk about the weather, but as they say, no one is doing anything about it!

Greater Sudbury starts today with a chilly morning but is expected to see a shift towards milder, wetter conditions. As the city moves from cloudy to rainy weather, residents should prepare for changing temperatures and increasing humidity throughout the day.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions At 6:00 AM EDT at Greater Sudbury Airport, the sky remains cloudy with a temperature just below freezing at -1.2°C.

The humidity is high at 80%, and winds are coming from the east-northeast at 23 km/h, creating a wind chill that feels like -7°C. Visibility is excellent at 32 km, despite the cloudy skies.

The barometric pressure is 102.3 kPa but is showing a falling tendency, indicating the incoming weather changes.

Extended Weather Forecast

Expected Conditions This morning, the cloud cover will increase, transitioning into periods of rain later in the day. Residents can expect about 5 mm of rainfall, with winds from the east at 20 km/h gusting up to 40 km/h.

Temperatures will rise to a slightly more comfortable high of 6°C, and the UV index will be moderate at 3.

Tonight, the rain will continue, potentially accumulating an additional 10 to 15 mm. The temperature will not drop much, holding steady at a low of 5°C.

On Thursday, the day will remain mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of morning showers. Winds will shift to the southeast at 20 km/h before calming later in the morning. Temperatures will climb to a pleasant high of 12°C, though the UV index will drop to a low 2.

Wardrobe Recommendations With temperatures rising from sub-zero to above freezing and wet conditions expected, layers are essential. Consider wearing insulated, waterproof outerwear and sturdy boots to handle the rain and chilly early temperatures.

Weather Trivia Did you know that Sudbury’s weather is significantly influenced by its northern latitude and its surrounding bodies of water? These geographical factors contribute to its varied climate, from cold, snowy winters to mild, wet springs.

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