Good morning fellow citizens. It’s been quite a while since we did a good morning post, we had some requests to bring it back, so we obliged. The beautiful picture is credited to Elizabeth Bennett.
This morning things are somewhat chilly around -1C, with winds coming in at 12km/h. Wind gusts, however, will be hitting the 20km/h mark, helping it feel more like -5C.
It’ll be warming up this afternoon to a blistering +1C. Winds will be picking up the pace as well, reaching 15km/h steady, with gusty boi’s wrecking your hair do at 26km/h, sinking the windchill to -3C.
This evening mother nature is going to switch it up on us a little. Snowfall is scheduled to touch down in Thunder Bay between 7 pm and 8 pm this evening, with a POP of 90%. We are expecting to acquire 2cm to 4cm of the white fluffy stuff this evening alone. The temperature will be hovering at the 0C mark, while winds stay steady at 15km/h with blasts topping out around 26km/h, sinking the chill factor to -5C..
Overnight the snowfall continues, adding an additional 2 – 4cm. Temperatures drop to -1C but winds settle down to a barely-there 7km/h, with gusts relaxing to a tolerable 15km/h, windchill sinking to -5C.
Weather Source: The Weather Network
The best price in town at the moment is $1.25. Here are the locations that have that price available.
Safe way Gas Bar – Arthur and Edward
Petro Canada – Dawson Near Strand
Shell – Arthur And Willard
In Fort William First Nation, the the best price is THP @ $1.10
The best price for diesel in town is $1.28 and is between 3 places.
Esso – Arthur and Franklin
Shell – Arthur and Leland
No data available from FWFN.
Motivational Quote of the Day:
”Be like a postage stamp, stick to a thing until you get there” – Josh Billings
Keep your cameras handy.
Stay REAL Concerned Thunder Bay.
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