(THUNDER BAY, ON) – BRRRRRRRR It is definitely January weather out there with the temperature finally dipping into the -20’s and holding it there. The windchill often hitting -30 and lower as well only compounds the coldness that we are in.
Right now in Thunder Bay it is bitter cold.
It is just as cold and colder the further north you go in Ontario today, and for the next week. It is highly advised to bundle up not only yourself, but your loved ones who are venturing out into this madness instead of staying home and reading interesting Facebook comments.
This morning the temps are expected to remain a cold concern for the majority of people that have to go out into the bitterness.
There isn’t much reprieve from old man’s winters blast on the mercury this afternoon as those temps stay low.After 5:00 pm is when we can expect the temperature to start dropping again.
Into the later evening and early Saturday we can see temperature are scheduled to continue dropping, hitting -27 celcius and -35 with the wind. These temperatures are not only dangerous to exposed human skin after a short period, but also for any pets left outside.
Bring your pets inside!
Continuing the downward spiral into a frozen hell, overnight and into Saturday morning we can expect to see -29 celcius along with a face shattering windchill of -38.
Plug your car in overnight to help it start in the morning, if you’re into that sort of thing.
It’s looking like it’s going to stay colder for longer on Saturday. If you don’t have anywhere to go, it’s recommended you stay put and perhaps Netflix and chill, once again, if you’re into that sort of thing.
This cold is just everlasting.
And once again after a short yet sweet slight warming up during bright o’clock, we see the temperatures begin their dip around 5:00 pm. It will undoubtedly drop to ridiculously cold temperatures yet again.
We can look forward to the temperatures rising again on Monday.
One of the most important things to remember is to check on any vulnerable and elderly people that you know.
Also, bring your pets inside.
Images from The Weather Network.