Regional Weather Synopsis
Issued by NWS Northern Indiana

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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA
Issued at 225 PM EST Tue Feb 21 2017

HERE IS A REGIONAL VIEW OF THE WEATHER.

As winds becoming light tonight, residual moisture along with
cooling temps will lead to patchy dense fog development after
midnight. On Wednesday, fog will burn off leading to sunshine and
record warmth. Clouds will fill back in Thursday as a deep low
pressure system begins its trek towards the region out of the
plains. With increasing moisture, rain chances will increase
towards evening Thursday with some thunder possible at night and
especially Friday. Severe thunderstorms are possible Friday
afternoon as a strong cold front sweeps across the area.
Temperatures will be above normal for this forecast period with
highs around 70 Wednesday and in the 60s Thursday and Friday.
Behind the cold front Friday night, temperatures will return to
near normal and some back end snow showers are possible Saturday.


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