Thunder Bay – Grab the Sunscreen, Sunglasses and Bask in the Warmth of Monday

Weather Outlook Pine Trees and Blue Sky

Today: Smoky Sunshine – High 25

Howdy, Thunder Bay! We’ve got a mix of sun and cloud playing hide and seek in our skies today, with a gentle touch of local smoke in the afternoon just to keep things interesting. The high will tap out at a comfy 25 degrees, but with a humidex of 29, you’ll feel like you’re on a tropical vacation – minus the margaritas. Remember, our UV index is clocking in at 7 today, which is pretty high. So, don’t forget to wear your sunscreen and hat!

Tonight: Clear and Smoky – Low 11

As the day fades, our skies will turn partly cloudy, before deciding to become clear in the evening. The local smoke from the day will stick around for a bit, like an unwelcome dinner guest, before taking the hint and leaving early in the evening. With a low of 11, it’s the perfect weather to enjoy some stargazing – just don’t forget your cozy jacket.

Tue, 25 Jul: Sunny Surprises – High 26

What’s in store for Tuesday, you ask? We’ve got another mix of sun and cloud on the cards, but with a high of 26, it promises to be a pleasantly warm day. So whether you’re planning a picnic in the park or just a day at work, don’t forget to step outside and enjoy some of that wonderful warmth.

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Stay tuned for more updates, same time, same place tomorrow. Will we continue to see smoke and sun, or will our fluffy gray friends make a comeback? Until then, stay safe, enjoy the warmth, and keep being fantastic, Thunder Bay!

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