Hourly Roundup for Weather Radio
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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
924 PM CST TUE DEC 6 2016

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE HAS LIFTED INTO ONTARIO BUT WINDS WILL
REMAIN STRONG ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST ON THE BACKSIDE OF THIS
SYSTEM. LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS AND BLOWING SNOW WILL BE SEEN OVERNIGHT
ACROSS NORTHERN MINNESOTA INTO NORTHERN WISCONSIN WITH BLIZZARD
CONDITIONS ACROSS MUCH OF NORTH DAKOTA. LOWS OVERNIGHT WILL BE IN
THE UPPER SINGLE DIGITS AND LOW TEENS ACROSS THE EASTERN DAKOTAS
TO UPPER TEENS ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN AND UPPER
TEENS TO LOW 20S ACROSS THE NORTHLAND. COLDER AIR WILL FILTER INTO
THE REGION FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK WITH LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS
AND BREEZY CONDITIONS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE. HIGHS WEDNESDAY WILL
BE IN THE TEENS ACROSS THE EASTERN DAKOTAS WITH 20S ELSEWHERE.
WINDS WILL SHIFT TO THE NORTHWEST WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LEADING TO
SIGNIFICANT LAKE EFFECT SNOWS ALONG THE SNOWBELT OF NORTHERN
WISCONSIN AND UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN THROUGH THE END OF THE
WEEK.


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BJH


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