Thunder Bay Jumps Back into the Deep Freeze!

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Northwestern Ontario is headed back to the Deep Freeze - temperatures overnight dropping to -40c with the windchill
Northwestern Ontario is headed back to the Deep Freeze - temperatures overnight dropping to -40c with the windchill
Northwestern Ontario is headed back to the Deep Freeze - temperatures overnight dropping to -40c with the windchill
Northwestern Ontario is headed back to the Deep Freeze – temperatures overnight dropping to -40c with the windchill

Windchill Temperatures to Minus 40C For Northern Ontario

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay and most of Northern Ontario is headed back into the deep freeze tonight. Environment Canada states, “Severe wind chills overnight and Monday morning”.

Wind chills of minus 40 or colder are expected overnight and Monday morning.

Warnings are in effect for Fort Severn, Attawapiskat, Sioux Lookout, Marten Falls, Long Lac, Nipigon, Dryden, Vermilion Bay, Kenora, Fort Frances, and Atikokan.

Keep up to date on the latest weather conditions: NNL Weather

Blizzard Warnings for Far North

Across the Far North, it is Blizzard Warnings that are in effect.

The Blizzard Conditions are caused by “A low pressure system from Labrador which is expected to bring periods of snow and northwest winds of 40 gusting to 60 km/h to the Hudson Bay coast Monday and Tuesday. Blizzard conditions are expected at times from Monday afternoon through Tuesday with extensive zero visibilities in blowing snow”.

For people travelling by air to the Far Northern Communities, check Air Tracking for your flight information.

If you are travelling by road, check the latest Road Conditions.

 

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