Weather Thunder Bay: Rainy Dawn, Cloudy Skies, and a Chance of Showers

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The Viking Polaris Leaving Thunder Bay marking the end of the 2023 Cruising Season
The Viking Polaris Leaving Thunder Bay marking the end of the 2023 Cruising Season

From Early Raindrops to Cloudy Conditions

Thunder Bay – WEATHER – It’s time to uncover your weather umbrella because the day starts with a rainy dawn and progresses into cloudy skies with a chance of showers. Let’s explore the details of your weather journey.

Early Rainfall: A Wet Start to the Day

At 4:00 am, the rain is making its presence known in Thunder Bay. While the morning progresses, there’s still a 30 percent chance of showers, so don’t forget to keep your umbrella handy if you’re heading out. The wind will shift from west at 20 km/h to south at 20 km/h in the afternoon, and the temperature will rise to a high of 21°C. The humidex will make it feel like 26°C, giving you a taste of summer warmth.

UV Index Alert: Moderate Sun Protection Advised

Despite the clouds, the UV index is at 5 today, so keep some sun protection on hand. Even on cloudy days, UV rays can reach you.

Evening Outlook: Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Showers

As night falls, Thunder Bay experiences partly cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of showers. The wind will shift from southwest at 20 km/h to light early in the evening. The low temperature will dip to 7°C, so it’s a cooler evening in store.

Saturday’s Preview: Sun, Clouds, and a Chance of Showers

Saturday offers a mix of sun and clouds, but the chance of showers lingers. There’s a 60 percent chance of showers with a high of 21°C, keeping the day relatively mild.

UV Index Reminder: Moderate Sun Protection Advised

The UV index remains at 5 on Saturday, so sunscreen and shades are still essential, even with clouds in the sky.

That’s a wrap on your Thunder Bay weather journey! Stay prepared for the chance of showers, enjoy the hints of sun, and if you manage to capture any weather-related moments, feel free to share them with us at nwoupdate@netnewsledger.com. Rain or shine, we’ve got you covered!

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