THUNDER BAY – Weather – Environment Canada has ended the weather advisory for Thunder Bay. The threatened snowfall that the city was forecast to receive has slide south of the city. Environment Canada is now calling for periods of snow with amounts of only 2 to 4 cm.
There is about five centimetres of the white stuff out on your driveway this morning, but it is lighter snow and easier shoveling.
To the west in Sioux Lookout, Dryden, and Kenora there is a risk of freezing drizzle this morning.
Road conditions could be a factor in travel plans so check conditions and travel with care.
Thursday, March 20th is the official start to spring.
Northwestern Ontario residents are all likely, like NetNewsLedger, hoping for an end to winter conditions and a steady melt of all the snow so that flooding is not an issue.