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.
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.
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.