Kenora and Lake of the Woods Region Weather Forecast for March 28, 2024: Embracing the Spring Chill

Kenora in Winter

KENORA – WEATHER – The Kenora and Lake of the Woods region starts today with a crisp -11.1°C under a mostly cloudy sky, signaling a chilly yet hopeful transition into the Easter weekend.

The weather, as observed from Kenora Airport, brings a mix of light snow and clear spells, with the promise of sunny days ahead despite the lingering cold.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions:

With the pressure showing a rising trend at 101.4 kPa, the day begins on a cold note, accentuated by a wind chill of -17, thanks to the west-northwest wind blowing at 12 km/h. Visibility is excellent at 32 km, suggesting that the light snow affecting the area will not significantly impact travel or outdoor activities in the morning.


Expected Conditions: The Kenora and Lake of the Woods region is set for a variety of weather conditions leading up to and through the Easter weekend, starting with today’s light snow ending in the morning followed by clearing skies. The wind remains steady at up to 15 km/h, with a high of +1°C despite a sharp morning wind chill of -18. The UV index is moderate at 3.

Tonight promises clear skies and a significant drop in temperature to -16°C.

Friday, March 29: Sunshine dominates the morning, with increasing cloudiness by the afternoon. The wind chill is expected to be particularly brisk at -20 in the morning, warming to a high of +3°C under a moderate UV index of 3.

Saturday, March 30: Cloudy skies with a 40 percent chance of flurries, maintaining a consistent high of +3°C, and cloudy periods at night with a low of -5°C.

Sunday, March 31: A balanced mix of sun and cloud characterizes the day, reaching a high of +2°C, followed by a night of cloudy periods and a low of -6°C.

Monday, April 1: The region will see cloudy skies throughout the day, with a high of +2°C, and a night that brings a 40 percent chance of flurries, with temperatures slightly warmer at -4°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations:

Given the cold start to the day and variable conditions, layering is essential. Start with thermal base layers and add insulated outerwear for warmth. The anticipated sunny spells call for sunglasses, while the potential for flurries suggests keeping a hat and gloves handy.

Weather Trivia:

Kenora and the Lake of the Woods region are known for their dynamic spring weather, capable of displaying a winter-like chill and sunny warmth all within the span of a few days, highlighting the unpredictable beauty of Canadian springs.

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