Weather Update – City of Thunder Bay – Extreme Cold Alert in Effect

Weather Alert Ended
Weather Alert Ended

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THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – UPDATED – Weather Alerts for the City of Thunder Bay have ended.

Earlier – It may not feel it for a day or so but the first signs that the Extreme Cold is waning have started. Fort Severn and Sandy Lake and a few of the far north communities are no longer under a weather alert.

Thunder Bay remains under an Extreme Cold Alert.

In the morning depending on the windchill – school buses may not be running. Student Transportation Advises: Parents – Be Aware… ALERT: Forecasted windchill value for tomorrow morning, Monday, January 21, is currently at -40 degrees Celsius. Any decision to cancel student transportation service will be based on the actual weather conditions at the airport at 6 a.m. and will be posted no later than 6:30 am.

Environment Canada forecasts Clear skies for Sunday night into Monday Morning. Winds will be up to 15 km/h. The overnight low minus 31. The weather service says that the wind chill minus 28 Sunday evening and minus 40 overnight.

For Monday, January 21st expect clear and sunny skies. There will be a mix of sun and cloud in the morning. Winds up to 15 km/h. The forecast Wind chill is minus 40 in the morning and minus 15 in the afternoon. The Daytime High will be minus 12.

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The cold weather will make seeing the Blood or Wolf Moon especially crisp. Dress warm. If you have a great shot please share it with – email us at

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