May 22, 2023 – Western and Northern Ontario Weather Outlook

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Thunder Bay

Get ready for a mix of sun and cloud in the air, like a cosmic game of hide-and-seek. Will the sun emerge victorious or will the clouds take over? It’s a battle of weather elements, and you get a front-row seat!

The temperature is set to reach a high of 19 degrees Celsius, giving you the perfect excuse to break out your favourite summer clothes. But don’t forget the sunscreen, because the UV index is 7, indicating a high level of UV radiation. Remember, we want you to glow from the joy of sunshine, not from sunburn!

As night falls, the sky will play a game of “guess the cloud.” Will there be a few clouds or none at all? It’s like the sky wants to keep you guessing, adding a touch of mystery to your evening. Keep your eyes on the sky, and let the whimsical clouds entertain you.

The low temperature for tonight will be around 7 degrees Celsius, so don’t forget to bring a cozy blanket or snuggle up with your favourite hot beverage.

So, Thunder Bay, get ready for a day of sun, clouds, and delightful weather surprises. Embrace the mix of sun and cloud, keep an eye out for those playful clouds at night, and enjoy the humorous journey through the whimsical world of weather!

Fort Frances

Today, get ready for a fantastic mix of sun and cloud that will make the sky look like it’s playing dress-up. Will the sun take the stage or will the clouds steal the show? It’s a whimsical battle of weather elements, and we can’t wait to see who emerges victorious!

But wait, there’s more! The wind will join the fun in the afternoon, strutting in from the southwest at a speed of 20 km/h. It’s like a friendly breeze saying, “Hey there, let’s dance under the sun and enjoy this delightful day together!”

And speaking of sun, the temperature will rise to a sizzling high of 27 degrees Celsius. It’s time to break out the sunscreen, floppy hats, and shades to protect yourselves from those dazzling rays. The UV index is 7, so remember to keep your cool while soaking up the sunny vibes.

As night falls, get ready for some atmospheric drama. Clouds will start sneaking in, inching closer to the midnight hour. They’re like the latecomers to a party, trying to make their grand entrance and add a touch of intrigue to the night sky. Who knows what surprises they have in store for us?

The low temperature will be around 14 degrees Celsius, offering a comfortably cool night that’s perfect for stargazing or curling up with a good book.

So, Fort Frances, embrace the mix of sun and cloud, let the wind tickle your senses, and get ready for a night filled with cloud-powered mystery. Enjoy the day’s warmth, soak up the sun, and have a laugh-filled adventure through the whimsical world of weather!

Dryden and Vermilion Bay

Today, get ready to bask in the glory of pure sunshine. The sky will be radiant, like a beaming smile from Mother Nature herself. It’s time to put on those shades, because the sun is taking center stage!

As the day progresses, the wind will join the party, dancing in from the southwest at a speed of 20 km/h. It’s like a gentle breeze whispering, “Hey there, let’s enjoy this sunny day together and make it even more delightful!”

Hold onto your hats (or let them fly in the breeze) because the high temperature will soar to 24 degrees Celsius. It’s nature’s way of saying, “Let’s turn up the heat and give you a taste of summer!” Remember to hydrate and find some shade when needed to stay cool under the sun’s warm embrace. Don’t forget the sunscreen, as the UV index is 7, indicating a high level of UV radiation. We want you to shine, but not with a sunburn glow!

As night falls, the sky will put on a show, transitioning from clear to partly cloudy after midnight. It’s like a cosmic fashion change, adding a touch of variety to the night sky. Keep your eyes peeled for those whimsical clouds as they gracefully drift by.

The low temperature will be around 13 degrees Celsius, providing a comfortably mild night. It’s perfect for stargazing, moonlit walks, or simply enjoying the evening breeze.

So, Vermilion Bay and Dryden, get ready to soak up the sunshine, dance with the wind, and enjoy the clear skies at night.


Today, the sun will be shining its brightest in Kenora, casting a golden glow over the town. It’s as if the sun is saying, “Hey, Kenora, I’ve got plenty of sunshine to share, so let’s have a fantastic day together!”

The temperature is set to rise to a delightful high of 25 degrees Celsius. It’s like nature’s way of giving you a warm embrace and saying, “Come on out, Kenora, and bask in the glorious sunshine!” Soak up those rays, feel the warmth on your skin, and enjoy the summer vibes.

With a UV index of 7, categorized as high, don’t forget to slather on the sunscreen, wear your coolest shades, and embrace your stylish sun hat. We want you to shine and have fun under the sun without any sunburn surprises!

As night falls, the sky will remain clear, allowing the stars to twinkle and share their enchanting beauty. It’s the perfect opportunity to stargaze, make a wish upon a shooting star, or simply enjoy the serenity of a clear night sky.

The low temperature for tonight will be around 14 degrees Celsius, offering a comfortably mild evening. So, whether you’re out for a late-night walk or enjoying a relaxing evening under the stars, the weather will be on your side.

So, Kenora, grab your sunscreen, put on your sunniest smile, and get ready to embrace the sunshine-filled day ahead. Enjoy the warmth, the clear night sky, and have a laughter-filled journey!

Wasaho Cree Nation

Wasaho Cree Nation! Weather watcher Lance Matthews is here to bring you a Holiday Monday weather report.

In the morning, the sun will shine so bright it’ll make you grab your sunglasses and exclaim, “Who turned on the spotlight?” But hold onto your umbrellas because as the afternoon rolls in, the mix of sun and clouds will turn the sky into a game of weather roulette. Will it rain? Will it be dry? It’s like nature’s version of a surprise party!

Oh, and let’s not forget about the local smoke making an appearance in the afternoon. It’s like the sky decided to have its own barbecue and forgot to invite us. Don’t worry, though. Just imagine the clouds dancing through the smoky haze, putting on a show for everyone to enjoy.

Now, let’s talk about the wind. It’ll blow in from the southwest at a whopping 30 km/h, gusting up to 50 km/h. Hang on to your hats, folks! It’s as if the wind wants to remind us that it can be the ultimate party crasher. So, hold onto your balloons and secure those picnic blankets!

As for the temperature, it’ll reach a comfortable high of 15 degrees Celsius. It’s like nature saying, “I’m serving up a delightful mix of warmth and coolness. Just pick your weather preference and enjoy!”

Now, let’s fast forward to the evening. The clouds will gather, turning the sky into a comedy club with a 60 percent chance of rain showers. But wait, the joke’s on us because as the night progresses, the rain showers might turn into a 40 percent chance of flurries! It’s like Mother Nature has a quirky sense of humour, and she’s testing our ability to adapt.

And hey, don’t forget about the local smoke making an early evening appearance. It’s like the sky decided to add some foggy drama to the mix. Just imagine the clouds wearing tiny top hats and performing magic tricks in the smoky haze. Abracadabra!

The wind will shift its direction, coming in from the west at 20 km/h before transitioning to the north at 20 km/h, with gusts up to 40 km/h. It’s like the wind can’t decide which way to blow and just wants to join the party from every angle.

As the night progresses, the temperature will drop to a low of minus 2 degrees Celsius, and the wind chill will make it feel like minus 7 degrees Celsius. It’s nature’s way of reminding us to bring out those cozy blankets and snuggle up for a chilly but memorable evening.

So, Wasaho Cree Nation, get ready for a day filled with surprises, laughter, and weather shenanigans! Embrace the sun, dance with the clouds, and enjoy the whimsical twists and turns of Mother Nature’s comedy show.

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