Regional Weather Synopsis
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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA
Issued at 323 AM EST Tue Feb 21 2017

HERE IS A REGIONAL VIEW OF THE WEATHER.

A weakening cold front will move into our area today, likely
causing some showers, mainly northwest portions and mainly this
morning. Temperatures will remain unseasonably warm today. Light
winds and clearing skies should allow patchy fog to develop over
the area tonight. Dry conditions and very warm temperatures are
expected Wednesday as southwest winds strengthen ahead of an
approaching weak cold front. This front will drop into our area
Wednesday night and remain stationary Thursday. A strong low
pressure system moving northeast from the central Plains across
the Great Lakes will bring increasing chances of showers and
thunderstorms to our area Thursday night and Friday. Severe storms
with damaging winds are possible Friday as the cold front
associated with this system moves through the area. Temperatures
will remain unseasonably warm through Friday but return closer to
late February normals Saturday through Monday. The northwest flow
should result in some snow showers over the weekend, mainly
across northwest portions of our area.

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NWS


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