Flurries and Blowing Snow in Fort Frances’ Forecast

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Fort Frances: The residents of Fort Frances should prepare for flurries and blowing snow in the coming days. Here’s the weather forecast for Fort Frances:

Monday OverNight:

  • Flurries: Expect flurries with local blowing snow, resulting in a local snowfall accumulation of about 2 cm.
  • Winds: Northwest winds at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h.
  • Low Temperature: The nighttime low will drop to minus 11°C.
  • Wind Chill: Wind chill will make it feel like minus 10°C in the evening and worsen to minus 20°C overnight.

Tuesday, December 12:

  • Flurries Ending: Flurries will end in the afternoon, followed by clearing skies.
  • Morning Blowing Snow: There will be local blowing snow in the morning.
  • Winds: West winds at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h.
  • High Temperature: The daytime high will reach minus 7°C.
  • Wind Chill: Wind chill will make it feel like minus 21°C in the morning and minus 13°C in the afternoon.

Tuesday Night:

  • Clear Skies: The night will bring clear skies.
  • Winds: Wind will be up to 15 km/h.
  • Low Temperature: The overnight low will be minus 19°C.
  • Wind Chill: Wind chill will make it feel like minus 13°C in the evening and minus 22°C overnight.

Wednesday, December 13:

  • Sunny Skies: Wednesday will be sunny.
  • High Temperature: The daytime high will reach minus 4°C.

Wednesday Night:

  • Clearing: The night will see clearing skies.
  • Low Temperature: The overnight low will be minus 2°C.

Weather Trivia: Fort Frances, located in Northwestern Ontario, is known for its picturesque scenery and proximity to the Rainy River and Rainy Lake, which form part of the Canada-U.S. border. The region’s natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities, including fishing, boating, and hiking, make it a popular destination for tourists and outdoor enthusiasts.

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