Thunder Bay – Showers, Clearing Skies, and Sunshine: Weather’s Three-Act Play!

Intersection of Red River Road & Court Street to Close Aug. 16
Intersection of Red River Road & Court Street to Close Aug. 16

Morning Showers and Cloudy Skies – High of 20°C

Thunder Bay, get ready for a day of weather drama with three acts! Act one kicks off with a few morning showers that gracefully end early, like the opening scene of a captivating play. The day continues with cloudy skies and a 40 percent chance of showers. The wind starts from the northeast at 20 km/h but becomes light in the morning. The high temperature reaches 20°C, providing the stage for today’s performance. The UV index is 4, signalling “moderate” sunburn risk, so sunscreen is your trusty companion.

Clearing Skies and Fog Patches

As night falls, act two unfolds with clearing skies, setting the stage for a serene evening. But there’s a twist in the plot – fog patches develop before morning, adding a touch of mystery to the night. It’s like a story with unexpected twists and turns.

Wednesday’s Sunny Finale – High of 27°C

But wait, the show isn’t over yet! Act three welcomes a sunny finale. The fog patches that started the day will gracefully dissipate in the morning, like the lifting of the curtain for a grand performance. The wind becomes the star of the show, blowing from the west at 20 km/h, becoming light near noon. The high temperature soars to a delightful 27°C, and the humidex might make it feel like a warm 31°C. It’s like the grand finale in this weather production.

UV Index – 7 (High)

With the sun taking the spotlight on Wednesday, the UV index rises to 7, signalling “high” on the sunburn scale. So, make sure you’re protected with sunscreen and sunglasses as you enjoy the sunny spectacle.

Thunder Bay’s weather is like a three-act play, each act offering a unique twist. Whether you’re navigating the morning showers, watching the foggy interlude, or basking in the sunny finale on Wednesday, be ready to embrace each act.

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