Snow for Christmas Looking Very Possible

Winter is not over yet.
There will be snow for Christmas if the latest forecast is right.
There will be snow for Christmas if the latest forecast is right.

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Heading into the Christmas holiday season, the long-term forecast is calling for snow. Starting on Sunday, the long term forecast suggests up to 43 cm of snow could fall before December 25th. That is of course great news for skiers, sledders, and everyone looking to enjoy quiet times at home.

The news is less exciting for travellers who are hoping to make it to family and friends over the holiday.

Ten Day Weather Forecast Christmas 2014

The temperatures for Thunder Bay are fairly seasonal, in the long term forecast, but the snow if it hits next week is likely to cause issues for travellers. That might impact highway travel more than air travel. The long-term outlook for Toronto is for moderate temperatures, but not for snow.

Over the holiday season, the forecast is possibly going to change, but for those people who are travelling, having the updated information far enough ahead to plan can help.




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