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Light Snow and Much Colder

CREATED Feb 10, 2012
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A strong cold front sliding South from Canada will sweep through our region triggering periods of flurries and light snow.  Minor accumulations of an inch or two are possible during the day.  The greater amounts will be lakeside with enhancement from Lake Michigan, but more significant will be the large drop in temperatures.  After an early morning high near 30 degrees, we'll see the mercury drop throughout the day.  Winds will also howl out of the North gusting to 35 miles per hours creating very blustery conditions.  Skies will clear into the weekend allowing temperatures to drop into the low teens during the night time hours.
Have a great weekend!

Scott Steele

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