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Lakes Will Take A Hit Updated: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 3:15 PM
On Friday, a blast of arctic air will surge across the Great Lakes, and the lake-effect snow machine will be turned to high. The storms will set up in narrow bands, which they always do, producing 1 to 2 inches of snow per hour. Neighboring areas will get very little until the wind shifts, then watch out. The worst of the lake-effect snow will come late Friday into Saturday morning when the core of the cold air is moving through. Travelers through the region should be prepared to encounter periods of very heavy snow and possible whiteout conditions.

Story by AccuWeather.com Expert Senior Meteorologist John Kocet
 

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yea, we'll get snow, i dont think accuweather is all that accurate though...
 

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... Lake effect snow watch in effect from late Thursday night
through Saturday morning...

Lake effect snow showers are expected to become heavy at times
late Thursday night and continue through early Saturday morning across
portions of northwest lower and eastern Upper Michigan. A total
snowfall accumulation of between 6 and 12 inches is possible by
early Saturday morning.

A lake effect snow watch means there is a potential for a large
amount of snow in only a few hours. Visibilities and snowfall can
vary greatly... impacting travel significantly. Continue to
monitor the latest forecasts.

National weather service..

weather underground is saying same thing.. Don't be Jealous -Yorker
 
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