Thunder Bay: A Tranquil Harbour Amidst a Sea of Weather Alerts!

Rainy Day Weather

Drizzles, Drifts, and a Dash of Winter Whimsy Await!

THUNDER BAY – Weather – While surrounding territories are embroidered with weather warnings, Thunder Bay remains a calm haven as of 6:30 AM EST. Travellers venturing east or west, beware the whims of weather awaiting! There are snowfall warnings in effect for areas to the west, including Dryden. There is a freezing rain warning in effect for Nipigon. Today, we bid adieu to the rain by early afternoon, making way for a cloudy sky with a 40% chance of drizzle. The wind, taking a westerly turn at 20 km/h and gusting to 40 km/h, brings the high to a modest +4°C. The UV index remains low, letting the clouds take center stage.

Clothing Cue: Today A sturdy raincoat and waterproof boots to dance in the drizzles, and perhaps a windbreaker to face the gusts with gusto!

Act II: A Flurry of Flurries Tonight, the clouds linger with a 40% chance of inviting flurries to the scene. The wind, now a northwest herald gusting to 40 km/h, becomes a gentle whisper near midnight as temperatures dip to -4°C. The wind chill, however, drafts a cooler script of -7°C.

Clothing Cue: Tonight Bundle up in layers and let a warm, wind-resistant jacket be your knight against the nighttime chill.

Act III: A Chilly Encore Saturday unfolds with a mainly cloudy sky, continuing the 40% chance of flurries. The wind, a soft serenade up to 15 km/h, carries a high of +3°C, though morning wind chill echoes a cooler -8°C tune.

Clothing Cue: Saturday Embrace the morning with warm layers and perhaps a whimsical wool scarf. As the day warms, shed a layer to enjoy the gentle chill.

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