April 14, 2023 – Western and Northern Ontario Weather Outlook

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Thunder Bay – Weather – The freezing rain warning for Armstrong and the snowfall alert for Webequie continue.

Thunder Bay

Hold onto your hats folks, Thunder Bay weather is feeling a bit moody today. Mainly cloudy, but don’t fret, we might see some sunshine later in the day. Winds from the east are blowing at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h – a perfect excuse to show off your windswept hair! As the day progresses, the winds will die down, giving us a break to enjoy the rest of our day. The temperature high will be around 10 degrees, so don’t forget to layer up.

Tonight, the clouds are creeping in and it’s going to get chilly. Grab a cozy blanket and snuggle up because the low will be around plus 5. But hey, at least the UV index is only 5 or moderate, which means you can step outside without slathering on a gallon of sunscreen!

Fort Frances

Welcome to Fort Frances, where the weather is about as unpredictable as a toddler’s tantrum. Today, we’ve got showers on the agenda, with a side of thunderstorms, and a local amount of 10 to 15 mm. So, if you’re heading out, make sure to bring an umbrella and maybe even a life jacket, just in case. The winds will be blowing from the east at 20 km/h, but later in the afternoon, they’ll switch over to the west, giving us a refreshing breeze. The temperature high will be around 19 degrees, so don’t forget to dress for the occasion.

Tonight, the showers will be making their grand exit, but we’re not out of the woods just yet. There’s still a 40 percent chance of drizzle, so don’t put away your umbrella just yet. If you hear a rumble in the distance, don’t be alarmed – it’s just the risk of a thunderstorm early in the evening. The winds will be light and coming from the west at 20 km/h, so you can relax and enjoy the sound of the rain. The low will be around plus 3 degrees, so if you’re feeling chilly, grab a hot cup of cocoa and snuggle up under a blanket.

Dryden and Vermilion Bay

Today, we’ve got some unwelcome guests in town – showers, with a risk of thunderstorms. The local amount of rainfall is expected to be around 10 to 15 mm, so don’t forget your raincoat! The winds will be blowing from the east at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h, so hold onto your hats, or they might just blow away. The temperature high will be around 14 degrees, so make sure to layer up.

Tonight, the rain showers will be wrapping up, but we’re not in the clear just yet. There’s still a 40 percent chance of drizzle, so keep that umbrella handy. And oh, did I mention the risk of a thunderstorm early in the evening? But wait, there’s more – the risk of freezing drizzle overnight! So, if you’re heading out, be careful of those slippery roads. The winds will be light, so no need to worry about your hair getting messed up. The low will be around zero degrees, so don’t forget to bundle up before hitting the hay.

Kenora

Greetings from Kenora, where the weather is as fickle as a teenager’s mood. Today, we’re expecting some unwelcome guests in the form of showers, with a risk of thunderstorms. The local amount of rainfall is predicted to be around 10 to 15 mm, so don’t forget your rain gear! The winds will be blowing from the east at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h, so be prepared for some gusty conditions. But don’t worry, the winds will become light early in the afternoon. The temperature high will be around 12 degrees, so grab a sweater before heading out.

Tonight, the rain showers will be making their grand exit, but there’s still a 40 percent chance of drizzle, so don’t put away that umbrella just yet. And what’s that? The risk of a thunderstorm early in the evening? Oh boy, sounds like Mother Nature is having a bit of a mood swing. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, there’s also a risk of freezing drizzle overnight. So, if you’re out and about, be extra careful on those icy roads. The winds will be light, so no need to worry about getting blown away. The low will be around zero degrees, so snuggle up under a warm blanket and dream of sunnier days ahead.

Wasaho Cree Nation

Hey there, it’s your trusty weather reporter Lance Matthews, bringing you the latest from Wasaho Cree Nation. Today, we’ve got some sunshine in the forecast, so don’t forget to put on your shades! The wind will be blowing from the northeast at 20 km/h, and later in the afternoon, it will become even stronger.

The high will be minus 5 degrees, but don’t let that fool you – with wind chill, it will feel like minus 23 this morning and minus 11 this afternoon. Brrr! The UV index will be around 5, so if you’re heading out, don’t forget to put on some sunscreen.

Tonight, the skies will be partly cloudy, with the wind continuing from the northeast at 20 km/h. But don’t worry, the wind will become light in the evening, making for a more peaceful night.

The low will be around minus 10 degrees, and with wind chill, it will feel like minus 17. So, make sure to bundle up before heading to bed!

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