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More lake effect snow, heavy at times

Lake effect snow has already developed and will last throughout today into early Wednesday morning. Snow picks up in intensity through the morning which will likely cause rough commutes both to and from work in the northwest counties. Roads could be slick with low visibility. Gusty winds around 20-25 mph with cause further reduced visibility at times from blowing and drifting snow. The highest snowfall totals are expected for Berrien, Cass, St. Joseph, and Elkhart counties. Up to a foot of snow is possible in our southwest Michigan counties.

Lake effect snow tapers down tonight, ending early Wednesday morning. Another system is quick to move in after midday, bringing another round of snow. Temperatures remain cold through Friday with snow chances in the forecast.


Today: Lake effect snow showers, high 23.

Tonight: Lake effect snow tapering down, low 16.

Wednesday: AM snow ending, a lull then more snow midday, high of 27.

Thursday: Lake effect snow, mostly cloudy, highs in the mid-20s.

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