Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Northern Indiana

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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA
Issued at 418 AM EST Mon Dec 11 2017

HERE IS A REGIONAL VIEW OF THE WEATHER.

A fast moving clipper system will bring light snow to far northern
Indiana and lower Michigan today. Accumulations will range from
just a dusting to as much as 2 inches across lower Michigan.
Better chances for snow and heavy lake effect snow arrive tonight
and continue into Tuesday and Tuesday night. Several inches of
accumulation are possible and a winter storm watch has been issued
for areas having the greatest chances of seeing more than 6 inches
of snow. Strong north northwest winds will create blowing and
drifting while also pushing the lake effect snow bands well
inland on Tuesday. Portions of eastern Indiana and northwest Ohio
will likely see some accumulations.

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