THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – As dawn breaks, a brisk -6°C greets Thunder Bay at 7:00 am, with a modest wind chill making it feel colder. The skies are a mix of sun and cloud, hinting at the transition between autumn and winter. A 30 percent chance of morning flurries adds a touch of white to the scene. Winds are predicted to swing west at 20 km/h later in the morning, stirring the chilly air.
Afternoon Ease: Temperatures are expected to climb, albeit slightly, to a high of zero as the day progresses. The UV index remains low at 2, indicating minimal risk from sun exposure, yet a gentle reminder for good skincare practices.
Evening’s Gentle Transition: The night brings a cloud cover that will part ways as the evening unfolds, revealing partly cloudy skies. With winds calming to 15 km/h, the low of -7°C will feel colder with a wind chill of -12°C overnight.
Monday’s Gentle Warm-Up: Monday brings a mix of sun and cloud with lighter west winds, softening to a breeze by late morning. A slight warm-up is on the horizon with a high of +1°C, though a wind chill of -13°C in the early hours will remind of the season at hand.
Wardrobe Advisory: The presence of flurries and a persistent chill in the air calls for a warm wardrobe. Layering up with gloves and hats is advisable for those venturing outdoors.
Travel Caution: Although flurries are sparse, the cold temperatures can affect road conditions. Travellers are advised to stay updated on weather forecasts and plan their journeys accordingly.