WXSIM Forecast for: Wawa
Issued by: Wawaweather.net
Updated: Friday, 14-Dec-2018 10:30 pm
 
Rest of
tonight
Clear
Cold!
Clear
Cold!
Saturday

Sunny
Sunny
Saturday
night
Fog
Cold!
Fog
Cold!
Sunday

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Sunday
night
Mostly Cloudy
Cold!
Mostly Cloudy
Cold!
Monday

Partly Cloudy
Cold!
Partly Cloudy
Cold!
Monday
night
Clear
Clear
Tuesday

Fog a.m.
Cold!
Fog a.m.
Cold!
Low: -5°C High: 3°C Low: -5°C High: 5°C Low: -6°C High: -2°C Low: -13°C High: -1°C
WCh: -3°C   WCh: -11°C   WCh: -9°C WCh: -12°C   WCh: -13°C
W
4
kph
Light air
S
5
kph
Light air
S
12
kph
Gentle breeze
SSW
17-29
kph
Moderate breeze
WNW
9→14-27
kph
Moderate breeze
NNW
13-27
kph
Moderate breeze
NNW
3
kph
Light air
S
3→15-29
kph
Moderate breeze

 

Rest of tonight
 
Clear. Relatively mild. Low -5°C. Wind chill ranging from -3 to 1. Wind west around 4 kph.
Saturday
 
Sunny. Relatively mild. High 3°C. Wind south around 5 kph.
Saturday night
 
Clear. Patchy light fog in the evening. Relatively mild. Low -5°C. Wind chill ranging from -11 to -5. Wind south around 12 kph.
Sunday
 
Sunny in the morning, becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Relatively mild. High 5°C. Wind south-southwest around 17 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Sunday night
 
Mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming mostly cloudy to cloudy after midnight. Relatively mild. Low -6°C. Wind chill ranging from -9 to -2. Wind west-northwest around 9 kph in the evening, becoming 14 kph, gusting to 27 kph, after midnight.
Monday
 
Partly cloudy in the morning, becoming sunny in the afternoon. High -2°C. Wind chill ranging from -12 to -7. Wind north-northwest around 13 kph, gusting to 27 kph.
Monday night
 
Clear. Low -13°C. Wind north-northwest around 3 kph.
Tuesday
 
Sunny in the morning, becoming partly to mostly sunny in the afternoon. Patchy light fog in the morning. High -1°C. Wind chill ranging from -13 to -6. Wind south around 3 kph in the morning, becoming 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph, in the afternoon.
Tuesday night
 
Partly cloudy in the evening, becoming partly to mostly cloudy after midnight. Relatively mild. Low -6°C. Wind chill ranging from -10 to -7. Wind south-southwest around 19 kph, gusting to 29 kph, in the evening, becoming 11 kph after midnight.
Wednesday
 
Partly cloudy in the morning, becoming partly to mostly cloudy in the afternoon. Relatively mild. High 3°C. Wind southwest around 6 kph.
Wednesday night
 
Partly to mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming cloudy after midnight. Relatively mild. Low -3°C, but temperatures rising after midnight. Wind south around 6 kph.
Thursday
 
Cloudy in the morning, becoming dense overcast in the afternoon. A slight chance of a mix of sleet, freezing rain, snow, and rain in the morning, then a slight chance of a mix of rain and snow in the afternoon. Relatively mild. High 4°C. Wind south-southeast around 5 kph. Chance of precipitation 20 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly less than 2 mm. No snow or ice (on ground) accumulation expected. Little if any freezing rain accumulation.
Thursday night
 
Dense overcast. A chance of a mix of snow and rain in the evening, then a chance of a mix of snow, sleet, and rain after midnight. Relatively mild. Low -3°C. Wind chill ranging from -7 to 2. Wind east-northeast around 6 kph in the evening, becoming 15 kph, gusting to 30 kph, after midnight. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly around 2 mm. Snow or ice (on ground) accumulation less than one cm.

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