Snow clearing crews are out in full force


snow shovellingTHUNDER BAY – City snow clearing crews are out in full force this morning, clearing snow off of city streets and sidewalks. Overnight snow fall in Thunder Bay ranges from 5-10 centimetres. That snow likely will make for a skier’s bonus day at Loch Lomond and Mount Baldy. However for local homeowners, the snow shovel will likely be the tool of the morning.

Keep in mind that there is lots to do today. Jessica Leinch, the Vice President of the Shift Network shares, “Be sure to stop by the SUCCI Lounge at Confederation College between 1pm-4pm to meet with 48 local employers who are collectively showcasing over 250 available positions!”

Road conditions across the district range from snow covered to snow-covered with icy sections.Before heading out, check the latest Road Conditions from the MTO. Remember, on days like today, getting there is more important than getting there fast!

If you are expecting guests travelling into Thunder Bay by air, there are some flights from the north which, as of 9:00AM are cancelled. Check Thunder Bay International Airport for the latest updates.

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