November 1, 2023: Sunny Skies Brighten Thunder Bay Amid Chilly Temperatures

Its November, did you and the kids overdo the candy last night?
Its November, did you and the kids overdo the candy last night?

Southwest Winds and Sunshine Attempt to Thaw the Chilly Atmosphere

As the day begins in Thunder Bay, the temperature reads a chilly -9°C at 7:45 am. Despite the cold, the sun shines bright, promising to cast a warm glow throughout the day. However, the wind has plans to swoop in from the southwest at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h near noon, before tapering off to a gentle breeze late in the afternoon. The mercury is poised to climb to a high of plus 2°C, although the morning wind chill of minus 12°C might make it feel a tad nippier. The UV index of 2 or low suggests a low risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure.

Evening Overview:

As night descends upon Thunder Bay, the skies will cloud over, with the wind easing to a light 15 km/h. The temperature is expected to dip to a low of minus 8°C, with a wind chill of minus 10°C, making it a crisp and cold night.

Looking Ahead to November 2:

The forecast for November 2 paints a cloudy picture with calm winds at up to 15 km/h. The temperature is set to warm slightly, reaching a high of plus 4°C, but a morning wind chill of minus 11°C will ensure a brisk start to the day. The UV index drops to a low 1, indicating minimal sunburn risk.

Wardrobe Recommendations:

As the chilly days of November set in, it’s advisable to dress in layers to stay warm. Consider wearing thermal undergarments, a warm sweater or fleece, a wind-resistant outer layer, and don’t forget a hat, gloves, and warm footwear to combat the cold. The bright sunshine may call for a pair of sunglasses to keep the glare at bay as you go about your day in Thunder Bay.

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