(THUNDER BAY, ON) – It’s been a while since we did a daily weather and gas prices article. We stopped as we didn’t see many people viewing or sharing them.
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This morning we will have some foggy patches here and there, with the temperature around plus 2. No rain or snow is scheduled to fall. Winds pretty calm at 8 km/h with the occasional gust hitting 18 km/h.
Our afternoon is heating up to a blistering plus 7 degrees, you can expect it to be cloudy with a few sunny breaks. Once again, there is no rain or snow lined up to fall down. Winds will pick up a bit to 11 km/h with gusts remaining the same as the morning at 18 km/h.
In the evening it begins to cool off with temperatures dipping to plus 6 degrees. It’s looking like it’ll be cloudy with the odd clear break. There is no rain or snow forecasted to fall. Winds settle down to 8 km/h with 15 km/h gusts.
The foggy patches return overnight and bring plus 3 degree temperatures with it. Yet again there is no rain or snow predicted to drop, but winds will pick up to 11 km/h with gusts topping out around 26 km/h.
Tomorrow morning rain is set to soak the city, warming up to plus 5 from overnight. Winds will be spreading that rain evenly at 21 km/h with gusts hitting high notes at 36 km/h.
Fort William First Nation’s THP has the best price for your petroleum at $1.13.
In the city, Mac’s on Hodder and Arundel has gas for $1.1396.
Basically everywhere in the city is at $1.399 except for the Can-Op on Oliver Road and the Esso on John Street Road and Valley which are at $1.429 and the Red River Road and Dawson Road gas stqations which are sitting at $1.459 – $1.469.
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