November 15-20th 2008 Great Lakes Lake Effect Snow Event

16 11 2008

Sunday-Wednesday, Great Lakes Lake Effect Snow Event

7:30PM

A lake effect snow event will continue to occur from sudnay into at least Wednesday. Heavy bands of lake effect snow will be possible down wind of the Great Lakes. Snow accumulations of 6-12 inches will be likely in many areas, with accumulations in excess of 12 inches also possible in favored areas. This event will be driven by a continued northwest flow over the region. This set up will break down late in the week, ending the snowfall potential. Below is a map showing areas that will be at the highest risk for the lake effect snow, although some areas not highlighted will also recieve some.

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November 16-17th 2008 Midwest, Great Lakes, Northeast Clipper

16 11 2008

Sunday-Monday Midwest/Great Lakes/Northeast Clipper

6:45PM

A clipper system will move through the Midwest and Great Lakes on Sunday, and continue into the Northeast on Monday. This system will spread snow over the region. Generally light accumulations can be expected with only a trace to 0.5″ expected. Below is the snowfall map for this system.

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Monday, November 17th 2008 Weather Outlook

16 11 2008

Monday’s Weather Outlook; Great LAkes/Northeast Clipper, Great Lakes Lake Effect Snow

6:45PM

On Monday, a clipper system will continue to push through the Great Lakes and into the Norhteast. While lake effect snwo continues in the Great Lakes. Lake effect snow will be possible through the day, down wind of the Great Lakes. Snow accumulations of over 6 inches will be possilbe. A clipper system will also be moving through the Great Lakes and Northeast. This system will bring the chance of snow shower and flurries to the region. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Monday.

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