Thunder Bay Gets ‘Winter Break’ – For Now!

Thunder Bay Winter Weather

Thunder Bay Winter WeatherTHUNDER BAY – Weather – Thunder Bay is getting a break from the deep freeze for a few days. After January’s massive cold, and times when it was “Only minus 25 out”, the temperatures for the next few days are going to feel almost ‘Northern Tropical’.

However before you break out the sunscreen and shorts, it might be better to gas up the snowblower, and wax up the snow shovel. Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario are forecast to go back into the snow zone by Thursday night.

While it will be nice for a few days, the longer view at the forecast is calling for snow by Thursday evening.

Thursday’s forecast will start out with cloudy conditions and some snow showers early. A steady snow likely later in the day. High near -1C. Winds ESE at 10 to 15 kmh. Chance of snow 60%. 2-3cm of snow expected.

However by Thursday night winds will increase and between 12-20cm of snow is expected.

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