Set Paulatuk as default location
Current ConditionsSun Nov 29, 15 at 7:00 PM MST
Sunrise: 12:47 PM
Sunset: 1:22 PM
NE 1 km/h
Pressure: 101.2 kPa
Chance of flurries
A few clouds
Summary(Celsius) Sun Nov 29, 15 at 4:00 PM MST Sun Nov 29, 15 at 4:00 PM MST
Cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries this evening. Clearing after midnight. Wind northeast 20 km/h becoming light early this evening. Low minus 21. Wind chill minus 26.
A few clouds. Wind becoming northeast 40 km/h gusting to 60 in the morning then diminishing to 20 in the afternoon. Temperature falling to minus 24 in the afternoon. Wind chill minus 37.
A few clouds. Wind northeast 20 km/h becoming light in the evening. Temperature steady near minus 26. Wind chill minus 36.
|A few clouds||Clear||Cloudy periods||Clear||Clear||Cloudy periods|
CBC News: Weather Centre
Nationwide, you can view weather on CBC News Network, 7 days a week.
Don't forget, your local weather forecast is available in your area on the CBC regional nightly news.
Tune in for weather: regional, national and international, coming your way from our team of meteorologists!
- Photo galleryThe north lives here
- The north through your eyes
- Environment CanadaSeasonal Forecasts
- Temperature and precipitation outlook
- Whitehorse police say violent crime fuelled by drug trade
- Whitehorse RCMP say there's little doubt that organized crime has reached the Yukon and may be behind a recent spike in violent crime.
- Morgan Wienberg awarded Meritorious Service Cross for work in Haiti
- Morgan Wienberg receives Governor General's Meritorious Service Cross for her work helping street children in Haiti.
- Yukon avalanche forecasts return this winter but not until March
- Last year, the Yukon government promised $60,000 per year for three years for the forecasting program. This is the second winter of the funding, but it's not enough to cover a full season.
- Former Eskimo who took Grey Cup to Nunavut thinks name change a good gesture
- A former Edmonton Eskimo who once visited Nunavut with the Grey Cup says it's time to respect that the team's name is considered offensive to aboriginals.
- Satellites need protection as 'critical infrastructure,' military says
- Four years after a major satellite outage crippled communications in Canada's North, the military's research arm is asking the private sector to better safeguard the reliability of privately owned orbital hardware, which is seen as "critical infrastructure" similar to power plants and dams.