Christmas Weather Outlook Looking Snowy

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Red River Road and High Street, snow covering the road surface is causing slippery roads.
Red River Road and High Street, snow covering the road surface is causing slippery roads.

Santa Bomb Headed to Ontario

THUNDER BAY – The significant weather system headed to Ontario, first reported on NNL on December 17th is now being called a “Santabomb”.

Snowfall amounts for Thunder Bay have been boosted since the first reports.

Santa bomb weather outlook for Thunder Bay

The impact of the weather is likely to cause travel issues, for highway and air travellers, however the greatest snowfall amounts are forecast for Christmas Day, December 25th.

This is a developing system, and remains in the long-term forecast. Keeping abreast of the long-term forecast for the holidays is a key to being prepared.

For Santa Claus, it is quite likely that his famous reindeer Rudolph will be a real need on Christmas Eve for his North America run. For the kids and kids at heart, NORAD will keep you up to date with the latest tracking for Santa.

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