Winter Grip Continues; Snow Across the Far North, Bitter Wind Chills Persist


Residents of Big Trout Lake (KI), Bearskin Lake, Kasabonika Lake, and Sachigo Lake, ready yourselves for ongoing winter conditions. Light snow continues with temperatures hovering at a frigid -16°C, made even more biting by a wind chill of -24°C.

Take extra precautions to protect against frostbite in these dangerously low temperatures.

Expect periods of light snow to continue throughout the day with a high of only minus 11°C. Even with some clearing tonight, lows will plunge to minus 25°C, with wind chills as low as -29°C overnight. Frostbite remains a major risk.

Wednesday offers a brief respite with mainly sunny skies and a high of minus 9°C. However, even with sunshine, the wind chill will be harsh, reaching minus 30°C in the morning. Snow returns Thursday with a high of minus 6°C.

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