Regional Weather Synopsis
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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA
Issued at 340 AM EDT Thu Aug 24 2017

HERE IS A REGIONAL VIEW OF THE WEATHER.

An upper air disturbance moving across the Great Lakes, combined
with cool temperatures aloft, will result in scattered lake
enhanced showers over southwest Michigan and far northern Indiana
this morning, with the activity diminishing early this afternoon.
High pressure will move slowly east from the upper Great Lakes to
Quebec behind this system, providing fair weather Friday through
Sunday. A low pressure system may cause scattered showers across
our area early next week as it moves slowly east across the Great
Lakes. Temperatures will be well below normal today and tonight,
but, a slow warming trend back to near normal temperatures is then
expected over the weekend.

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