Weather – Fort Frances and Red Gut Reserve: A Snowy Day with a Slight Warm-Up on the Horizon!

Fort Frances Weather Desk

Fort Frances and Red Gut Reserve – WEATHER – After a night that saw temperatures drop to minus 20 and wind chills reaching minus 24, it’s a day to embrace the warmth of winter wear.

Today’s Weather: A Dance of Sun, Clouds, and Snow

  • The day starts with a pleasant mix of sun and cloud, but don’t be fooled; the clouds will be taking over around noon.
  • Snow will make its grand entrance, perfect for those winter wonderland moments.
  • The wind, not wanting to miss out, will be blowing from the south at 20 km/h in the morning.
  • We’re looking at a high of minus 5 degrees today, but with a morning wind chill of minus 28, and improving to minus 13 in the afternoon, remember to bundle up.
  • There’s a risk of frostbite, so it’s essential to cover up, and the UV index remains low at 1.

Tonight’s Forecast:

  • The snow will say its goodbyes late in the evening, but the clouds will linger with a 30 percent chance of flurries.
  • The wind will calm down early in the evening.
  • The temperature is set to rise to a more comfortable minus 3 by morning, with wind chills of minus 13 in the evening and minus 8 overnight.

Looking Ahead to Wednesday, November 29th:

  • The day will be cloudy with a 40 percent chance of flurries.
  • The high is expected to reach zero degrees, a much welcome warm-up.

Wardrobe and Safety Tips:

  • Layering is your best friend today: start with thermal wear, add an insulating layer, and top it off with a wind-resistant outer layer.
  • Don’t forget your hats, gloves, and scarves to keep the cold at bay.
  • Be mindful of the risk of frostbite, especially in the morning.

Conclusion: For those in Fort Frances and Red Gut Reserve, today is a day to enjoy the snowy scenes while staying warm and safe. Whether you’re stepping out or staying in, keep warm, and let’s enjoy the beauty of winter together!

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