Updated – Freezing Rain Warning Ended for Thunder Bay Still in effect for some of Northwestern Ontario


Weather AlertTHUNDER BAY – The Freezing Rain Warning for Thunder Bay has ended. However the warning is still in effect for much of Northwestern Ontario.

Environment Canada reports, “A low pressure system over South Dakota is tracking towards Northwestern Ontario. An associated band of freezing rain is moving across the district this morning as expected. Several hours of freezing rain, at times mixed with ice pellets, are possible before temperatures rise above freezing and a change over to rain occurs.

“Precipitation near the Lake Superior shore is expected to be primarily rain, although freezing rain is likely this morning further inland where temperatures are colder.

“In addition many locales may also receive a thunderstorm or two giving bursts of heavier freezing rain and possible small hail”.

Weather conditions have some arrivals at the Thunder Bay International Airport delayed. If you are flying today, or expecting someone to arrive, visit Thunder Bay International Airport online to check arrivals and departures.

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