(THUNDER BAY, ON) – As is tradition, one last blast of winter from Mother Nature is expected to dust the region overnight and continue into tomorrow.
Overall the snowfall amounts are expected not to exceed a typical Tinder date, meaning there will only be a few inches.
At the time of writing, snow is expected to start flying in Thunder Bay around 5:00 am on Monday and continue until 10:00 am. At that time it will change into a “mixed precipitation” where citizens can expect wet snow, rain, or snow at any given time.
The precipitation is scheduled to stiffen back up around 9:00 pm tomorrow evening and return to snow, continuing the blast of white stuff across the region.
The snowfall is expected to stop around 2:00 am on Tuesday morning, with a possible couple more splooges coming at us around 5:00 am before snow packs up and leaves your apartment, not to see ya again until late fall.
This is the weather forecast as of the time of writing and is possible to change between now and then.
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