Greater Sudbury Weather Outlook for April 30 2024 – Rainy Days and Tuesdays

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Greater Sudbury – Weather – Another rainy day. While it might feel dreary, the rain is needed after the dry winter.

This Tuesday morning in Greater Sudbury it is a foggy start with light drizzle enveloping the city, as recorded at the Greater Sudbury Airport.

Visibility is notably reduced, and the humidity levels are at their peak. A change is expected later in the day, providing a glimpse of clearer skies but with continued chances of rain.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions

As of 5:52 AM EDT, the temperature at Greater Sudbury is a chilly 5.7°C with an accompanying light drizzle and dense fog reducing visibility to just 0.8 kilometers. The air is fully saturated with a dew point identical to the temperature.

Winds are blowing from the east at a speed of 13 km/h. The barometric pressure is marked at 101.2 kPa and falling, suggesting more unsettled weather could be in the forecast.

Expected Conditions

Today, periods of rain or drizzle are expected to cease around noon, leading to a mainly cloudy afternoon with a 40 percent chance of showers. The fog is predicted to lift this morning, and temperatures will rise to a cooler high of 12°C with a low UV index of 2.

Tonight, the sky remains mainly cloudy with a continued 40 percent chance of evening showers. Fog patches will redevelop around midnight, and temperatures will dip to a low of around 3°C.

Tomorrow’s Forecast

Wednesday will bring mostly cloudy skies with showers recommencing around noon. Any remaining morning fog will clear, giving way to a slightly warmer day with a high of 13°C and a moderate UV index of 4. The night remains cloudy, maintaining a steady low of 6°C.

Thursday’s outlook shows persistent cloudiness with a high reaching up to 16°C. Nighttime will see cloudy periods and a 30 percent chance of showers, with the temperature settling at a low of 8°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

With today’s fog and drizzle, it’s wise to dress warmly and wear waterproof clothing. As the week progresses, maintaining layers that can be adjusted for slight temperature increases and potential rainfall is advisable.

Weather Trivia

Greater Sudbury is known for its dramatic shifts in weather, influenced by its northern location and varied topography. In fact, it once experienced a record snowfall of over 30 cm in a single April day, underscoring the region’s unpredictable spring weather patterns.


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