Weather – Arctic Low Continues – Extreme Cold Grips Northern Ontario

Extreme Cold
Environment Canada says the Arctic Low will continue to grip the region for a few more hours. image: depositphotos.com

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Northern Ontario and the City of Thunder Bay remain in an Arctic deep-freeze as an Arctic low continues to hold the region in its grip. Environment Canada says this is all part of a multi-day episode of very cold wind chills.

Extreme wind chills of minus 40 to minus 45 are expected across much of Northern Ontario tonight and Saturday morning.

This Arctic air mass will remain entrenched over the region through the weekend and into early next week, bringing a prolonged period of extremely cold wind chills.

The weather has already put a hold on the Dog Sledding at Marina Park on Sunday, as a part of the winter activities.

Extreme Cold Warning in effect for:

    • City of Thunder Bay
    • Superior West
    • Pickle Lake – Cat Lake
    • Savant Lake – Sturgeon Lake
    • Sioux Lookout – Eastern Lac Seul
    • Summer Beaver – Wunnummin Lake – Kingfisher Lake
    • Kenora
    • Dryden – Vermilion Bay
    • Fort Frances
    • Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation
    • Seine River First Nation
    • Ignace
    • Attawapiskat
    • Fort Severn
    • Peawanuck
    • Webequie
    • Landsdowne House
    • Kasabonika First Nation
    • Summer Beaver
    • Marten Falls – Ogoki
    • Aroland
    • Nipigon – Marathon – Red Rock First Nation