Thunder Bay – Winter Won’t Let Go Up to Ten CM of Snow Possible

Thunder Bay Weather Forecast

City of Thunder Bay Sidewalk plows and graders both will be busy clearing snow it appears
Thunder Bay District OPP advise drivers to be aware of road conditions

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – It may almost be the end of April, but it seems the winter of 2019 isn’t ready to let go yet.

For the Thunder Bay region for Monday, Environment Canada is predicting up to ten centimetres of snow, although there could be as little as 2 cm of snow near to Lake Superior.

The weather service says the winds will become east 30 km/h gusting to 50 in the morning. High plus 1. UV index 1 or low.

For Monday night Thunder Bay can expect periods of wet snow, with a risk of freezing drizzle overnight. Snowfall amounts of up to 2 centimetres are possible. Winds will be east 30 km/h gusting to 50. Low zero.

There are no weather warnings or advisories in effect at this time as a result of this forecast.