Thunder Bay: A Chilly Start to the Weekend with Overcast Skies and Occasional Showers

Weather Update Spring 2022

Early Morning Chill: Thunder Bay Wakes Up to +8°C with Cloudy Skies and a Moderate Chance of Showers

Thunder Bay – Weather – In the early hours of the morning, Thunder Bay experiences a crisp chill with the temperature at +8°C. The sky is overcast, carrying a 60 percent chance of showers throughout the day. The wind, blowing from the northwest at 30 km/h, gusting to 70, adds a brisk touch to the air. Residents are advised to wear warm, waterproof clothing, including a raincoat and sturdy boots, in anticipation of the showers. The daytime high is expected to reach 10°C, reminding everyone to stay bundled up against the cold. The UV index remains low at 2, suggesting minimal sun exposure.

Night’s Uncertain Skies: Clouds Linger with a Slight Chance of Showers and Cool Temperatures

As night falls over Thunder Bay, the mainly cloudy skies persist, bringing a 30 percent chance of showers early in the evening. The wind, initially from the northwest at 30 km/h, gusting to 60, remains brisk. The night’s low drops to plus 2°C, urging residents to wear extra layers to stay warm. While the showers might be light, residents are encouraged to carry an umbrella and wear waterproof clothing if venturing outdoors.

Saturday’s Varied Skies: A Blend of Sunshine and Clouds Offers a Glimpse of Brighter Weather

Looking ahead to Saturday, Thunder Bay experiences a mix of sun and cloud. While the skies might offer a glimpse of sunshine, clouds are expected to linger. The temperature reaches a high of 11°C, calling for light, waterproof clothing, including a rain jacket and comfortable rain boots. While the rain might stay at bay, residents are encouraged to remain cautious and adaptable amidst the changing weather conditions.

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