Brisk Temperatures with Potential Flurries, No Alerts Active
Fort Frances is transitioning from rain to light snow today without any active weather alerts. Temperatures will drop throughout the day with a slight chance of flurries.
- Precipitation: Starting with rain, then shifting to snow in the afternoon.
- Snowfall: Accumulation could reach 2 cm.
- Wind: Turning northward at 20 km/h around noon.
- High: Initially at 4°C, but dipping to -1°C by the afternoon.
- Wind Chill: Feeling colder at -7°C later today.
- UV Index: Remaining low at 1.
- Waterproof Outerwear: Essential for the rain-to-snow transition.
- Warm Layers: Advisable to combat the falling temperatures.
- Gloves and Hat: Suggested to manage the chilly wind chill effects.
- Conditions: Cloudy skies continue with a chance of passing flurries.
- Wind: Expected to ease off in the evening.
- Low: Anticipated to be -4°C.
- Wind Chill: Could feel as cold as -8°C.
- Sky: Cloudiness persists, with a 30% probability of afternoon flurries.
- Wind: Gentle, staying under 15 km/h.
- High: Forecasted at a slightly above freezing 1°C, yet morning wind chill may feel like -7°C.
- UV Index: Consistently low at 1.
Residents should prepare for a cool and potentially damp day, with temperatures dropping steadily. The absence of weather alerts implies normal caution on the roads. Keep an eye out for slippery spots as rain turns to snow and temperatures fall. Warm, layered clothing remains a staple for outdoor activities.