Fort Frances: Rain and Snow Mix Today with Freezing Rain Warning for Christmas Week

Canada's winter forecast is complex this year, with El Niño and unusual weather patterns
Canada's winter forecast is complex this year, with El Niño and unusual weather patterns
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?

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