Weather – Thunder Bay Should Miss Major Snowfall

City of Thunder Bay Sidewalk plows and graders both will be busy clearing snow it appears
The winter storms forecast for west of the city are not expected to dump a lot of snow on Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – With winter storm warnings in effect for the western parts of Northwestern Ontario, it is looking like Thunder Bay will, at least so far, miss the mass of snow forecast for Kenora, Dryden, Fort Frances, and English River.

Environment Canada says, For the City of Thunder Bay we can expect increasing cloudiness this morning. Winds up to 15 km/h will keep a little chill in the air. Today’s high will be near the freezing mark. The UV index will be 3 or moderate.

There will be some snow beginning overnight. Amounts overnight of 2 cm are forecast.

Heading into Sunday, first, make sure you have changed any clocks that don’t automatically update to Daylight Saving Time.

The forecast is calling for snow in the amount 2 to 4 cm. Sunday will see a high near zero. The wind chill will be minus 11 in the morning. The UV index will be 1 or low.