Snow Showers and Mild Temperatures Greet Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay Weather

Today’s Chilly Start Transitions to Lighter Precipitation

Thunder Bay residents can expect snow this morning, which will shift to rain showers or drizzle closer to midday. The local area could see up to 2 cm of fresh snow before the changeover. Winds are blustery from the southeast at 30 km/h, with gusts reaching up to 50 km/h, but they will lighten by the afternoon. The high is expected to reach plus 3°C, with a low UV index.

Today’s Attire:
With snow and a shift to rain, waterproof boots and jackets are advised, along with warm layers to protect against the morning cold and gusty winds.

Tonight’s Outlook: Rain and Snow Mix as Temperatures Dip
The evening forecast calls for rain showers that will mix with snow overnight as temperatures hold steady around zero.

Thursday’s Forecast: A Snowy Day Ahead

The week continues with more snow on Thursday, with expected accumulations of 2 to 4 cm. The wind will pick up again, coming from the northwest at 20 km/h and gusting up to 40 km/h, and the high will hover around plus 1°C.

Travel Advisory:
The mix of snow and rain could lead to slippery road conditions, especially during the morning and late evening hours. Motorists should exercise caution, reduce speed, and allow extra time for commutes.

Preparedness Tips:
With the weather conditions varying between snow and rain, residents should be prepared for slick sidewalks and roadways. It’s advisable to keep a shovel and de-icer handy at home and a winter emergency kit in your vehicle. Stay updated on weather developments and adjust plans accordingly.

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