November 29-December 1st 2008 Midwest/Great Lakes Snowstorm

30 11 2008

Saturday-Monday Midwest/Great Lakes Snowstorm

1:00AM

A developing system is expected to push northeast through the Ohio Valley, and into the Great Lakes. On the backside of the system, snow will be possible in the Midwest and Great Lakes. Accumulations may reach up to 6-9 inches, especially in Northern Michigan. Lake enhancement is also possible down wind of Lake Michigan. Below is the snowfall outlook for this system.

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Sunday, November 30th 2008 Weather Outlook

29 11 2008

Sunday’s Weather Outlook; Great LAkes/Ohio Valley, Southeast/Northeast System

7:00PM

On Sunday, a developing system will push northeast through the Ohio Valley. Showers and storm will be possible in portions of the Southeast and Northeast through the day. With limited instibility, a few storms may become severe in the Southeast. With the main threats being hail and damaging winds. In the Great Lakes and Midwest, snow will be possible on the backside of the system. The snow may be heavy at times, with accumulations expected. Below is the thunderstorm and snow outlook for Sunday.

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Saturday, November 29th 2008 Weather Outlook

29 11 2008

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; Plains/Southeast System

10:00AM

On Saturday, a system moving through the Plains will phase with a system moving through the Southeast. This will help develop a new system in the Tennesse Valley, late Saturday Night. Showers and storms are possible in the Southeast through the day. In portions of the Plains, some rain and snow wil possible, with minimal accumulations expected. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Saturday.

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Friday, November 28th 2008 Weather Outlook

28 11 2008

Friday’s Weather Outlook; Northeast System, Plains/Southeast System

12:30AM

On Friday, a weak clipper system will push through the Northeast, while a storm moves through the Southern Plains and into the Southest. A few rain or snow showers will be possible in the Northeast, as a weak clipper moves through. In the Southern Plains and Southeast, showers and storms will be likely. As a system slowly moves through the region. With limited instibility, a few of the storm may become severe. With the main threats being damaging winds and hail. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Friday.

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Thanksgiving Day 2008 Weather Outlook

26 11 2008

November 27th, Thanksgiving Day Forecast

10:30PM

It looks like its shaping up to be a nice Thanksgiving for many across the country. There is a chance of rain and snow in the Midwest and Great Lakes, as a clipper system moves through. In the Southwest, showers and storms will be possible, as a storm system slowly moves through the area. Below is the Thanksgiving outlook.

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November 26-28th 2008 Plains/Great Lakes Clipper

26 11 2008

Wednesday- Friday Plains/Great Lakes Clipper

10:15PM

A weak clipper system will move through the area over the next few days. Some rain and snow will be possible, with minimal accumulations of each. Behind this system, there will be a reinforcing shot of cold air. Below is the snowfall outlook for this system.

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Wednesday, November 26th 2008 Weather Outlook

25 11 2008

Wednesday’s Weather Outlook; Northeast System, Southwest System

6:15PM

On Wednesday, a system will continue to sit over the Northeast, while a system continues to slowly move through the southwest. Snow will be possible in portions of the Northeast, and a system pulls away from the area. Lake effect snow will also continue to be possilbe down wind of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Accumulations are possible. In the Southwest, a system will continue to move slowly through the area. Showers and storms will be possible through much of the day, along with snow in the higher elevations. Below is the thunderstorm and snow outlook for Wednesday.

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