Kenora Weather Alert: Fog Advisory in Effect Freezing Drizzle and Icy Roads Likely

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Fog Advisory in Effect for Region – Highway Travel Impacted

Kenora – WEATHER – As the dawn breaks over Kenora this Monday morning, the community is enveloped in light drizzle and fog, with temperatures at 0°C as of 6:00 AM CST. The persisting fog advisory signals caution for early commuters, with the barometric pressure indicating a slight decrease at 102.2 and humidity levels maxed at 100%.

Light winds from the SSE are blowing at 8 km/h, adding a slight chill to the air.

Today’s Weather Dynamics

The fog is expected to lift around noon, giving way to cloudy skies for the remainder of the day. There’s a 30 percent chance of afternoon drizzle, with a risk of freezing drizzle noted in the morning hours.

Winds will shift to the southwest at 20 km/h in the early afternoon, promising a slight increase in temperatures to a high of +4°C. Despite the warmer air, the morning wind chill factor may make it feel as cold as -5°C.

Evening and Overnight Outlook

The evening maintains the cloudy cover, with a diminishing chance of drizzle as the night progresses. Winds will ease to up to 15 km/h, with temperatures dropping to a low of -3°C. The overnight wind chill is expected to reach -7°C, suggesting a cooler night ahead.

Looking Forward to Tuesday

Tuesday will remain predominantly cloudy, with calm winds up to 15 km/h. Temperatures are forecasted to rise again to a comfortable +4°C, although the morning will start brisk with a wind chill of -7°C.

Tuesday Night Forecast

Cloudy periods are expected to break up the overcast conditions slightly, with a mild low of -2°C marking the night’s temperature.

Residents and visitors in Kenora should prepare for the foggy start and stay updated on weather advisories, especially regarding the fog advisory in effect. As conditions are expected to improve into the afternoon, planning for a warmer and clearer end to the day is advisable. Stay safe and informed as you navigate through Kenora’s shifting weather patterns.

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