Vanderhoof will see warmer weather early next week: Environment Canada

Temperatures to fall below - 10 C starting this weekend on Sunday, Jan. 19

There is some warmth coming this weekend, with Environment Canada forecasting temperatures warming up to – 14 C on Saturday, Jan. 18.

Below is the weather forecast for the next seven days. Wind chill factor will make it colder, make sure to check Environment Canada’s weather forecast to know the wind reading for the day.

READ MORE: Northern B.C. cities break temperature records amid cold snap

Friday, Jan. 17

Cloudy morning with 40 percent chance of flurries then a mix of sun and cloud. Wind will be up to 15 km/h with a high of – 22. With wind chill, the temperatures are still in the minus thirties at – 35 C and – 30 C in the afternoon. There is a risk of frostbite.

Tonight, there will be a few clouds, and cloudiness will increase overnight. Wind will become north at 20 km/h near midnight, with a low of – 28. With wind chill, it will be – 40 C this evening. People can get a frostbite in minutes, warns Environment Canada.

Saturday, Jan. 18

It will be a snowy day with 5 cm to 10 cm of snow expected. Wind will be up to 15 km/h with a high of – 16 C. With wind chill, it will feel like – 27 C in the morning and – 19 C in the afternoon.

At night, there is a 60 percent chance of flurries and a low of – 15 C.

Sunday, Jan. 19

Cloudy morning, with a high of – 7 C.

At night, it is cloudy again, with 30 percent chance of flurries and a low of – 8 C.

Monday, Jan. 20

Mix of sun and cloud with a high of – 3 C.

At night, there will be cloudy periods with a low of – 7 C.

Tuesday, Jan. 21

Mix of sun and clouds with a high of – 4 C.

It will be close to a low of – 8 C and cloudy at night.

Wednesday, Jan. 22

Cloudy again, with a high of – 2 C in the morning and a low of – 9 C at night.

Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

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