Weather Advisory Issued for Ice Buildup Due to Colorado Low
Fort Frances Weather Report – Sunday, December 24
FORT FRANCES – WEATHER – A warm Christmas Eve morning in Fort Frances at +5°C, with caution advised for potential icy conditions.
Today: The day will see periods of rain changing to snow in the afternoon. Temperatures will drop to zero by the afternoon, suggesting a significant change in weather conditions.
Tonight: Snow will end late in the evening, followed by cloudy skies. The temperature will remain steady around zero.
Wardrobe Suggestion: Dress in layers to adapt to the shifting temperatures. Waterproof and warm clothing will be essential for the rain and snow.
Weather Advisory: The Weather Desk warns of ice buildup from prolonged freezing rain expected between 6:00 PM CST Monday, December 25, and 6:00 AM CST Thursday, December 28, due to a Colorado Low. Icy and slippery conditions are possible.
Monday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
A cloudy Christmas Day is forecasted, with winds becoming northeast at 20 km/h later in the afternoon. The temperature will hold steady near zero.
Night: Expect cloudy skies with a low of -6°C.
Tuesday, December 26 (Boxing Day)
The day will be cloudy with a 30% chance of flurries and a high of -1°C.
Night: Cloudy periods will continue into the night, with a low of -6°C.
Weather Trivia: Did you know that Colorado Lows are low-pressure systems that can bring significant winter weather, including freezing rain, to parts of Canada?