074  
FPCN12 CWTO 210102 AAA  
UPDATED FORECASTS FOR NORTHERN ONTARIO ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA  
AT 9:01 P.M. EDT WEDNESDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2017 FOR TONIGHT THURSDAY AND  
THURSDAY NIGHT.  
THE NEXT SCHEDULED FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED AT 5:30 A.M. EDT THURSDAY.  
 
CITY OF THUNDER BAY  
SUPERIOR WEST.  
TONIGHT..A FEW CLOUDS. FOG PATCHES. LOW 7.  
THURSDAY..MAINLY SUNNY. FOG PATCHES DISSIPATING IN THE MORNING. WIND  
BECOMING SOUTHEAST 20 KM/H IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH 20. UV INDEX 5 OR  
MODERATE.  
THURSDAY NIGHT..INCREASING CLOUDINESS. 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS  
OVERNIGHT WITH RISK OF A THUNDERSTORM. WIND SOUTHEAST 20 KM/H  
BECOMING LIGHT IN THE EVENING. LOW 10.  
 
GERALDTON - LONGLAC - CARAMAT  
NAKINA - AROLAND - PAGWA.  
TONIGHT..PERIODS OF DRIZZLE ENDING NEAR MIDNIGHT THEN CLEARING. FOG  
PATCHES DEVELOPING NEAR MIDNIGHT. LOW 8.  
THURSDAY..SUNNY. FOG PATCHES DISSIPATING IN THE MORNING. HIGH 21. UV  
INDEX 4 OR MODERATE.  
THURSDAY NIGHT..CLEAR. INCREASING CLOUDINESS AFTER MIDNIGHT THEN  
40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS BEFORE MORNING. RISK OF A THUNDERSTORM  
BEFORE MORNING. LOW 10.  
 
REMAINDER UNCHANGED.  
 
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