Regional Weather Synopsis
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SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
445 PM FRI DEC 9 2016

A DEEP WINTER PATTERN HAS SETTLED INTO THE GREAT LAKES AND NORTHERN
PLAINS...AND WILL REMAIN ANCHORED OVER THE REGION THIS WEEKEND AND
CONTINUE THROUGH NEXT WEEK. WESTERLY FLOW LAKE INFLUENCES WILL
COMBINE WITH SEVERAL WEAKLY ORGANIZED SYSTEMS PASSING THROUGH THE
GREAT LAKES...TO CONTINUE PERIODS OF SNOW ACROSS MUCH OF NORTHERN
MICHIGAN THIS WEEKEND AND INTO THE UPCOMING WORK WEEK.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT...WILL BE BETWEEN 10 AND 15 DEGREES
NORTH...TO THE 20S SOUTH.

HIGH TEMPERATURES SATURDAY...WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS NORTH...TO
THE 20S SOUTH.

HERE IS THE HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR NORTHERN LOWER AND EASTERN
UPPER MICHIGAN.

SIGNIFICANT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS CONTINUE TONIGHT WITHIN THE SNOWBELT
AREAS...MAINLY ALONG AND WEST OF INTERSTATE 75 AND ALONG AND NORTH
OF M-72.  ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATING LAKE EFFECT SNOW IS EXPECTED
SATURDAY MORNING IN THE TRADITIONAL SNOWBELT AREAS.

A MORE WIDESPREAD ACCUMULATING SNOW IS LIKELY SUNDAY INTO SUNDAY
NIGHT. THERE REMAINS CONSIDERABLE UNCERTAINTY IN EXACT PLACEMENT AND
AMOUNTS OF HEAVIEST SNOW.

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SWR



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