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NZUS01 KAPX 251622
SYNAPX

SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
1100 AM EST THU DEC 25 2014

HIGH PRESSURE DRIFTING THROUGH THE TENNESSEE VALLEY WILL PROVIDE
NORTHERN MICHIGAN WITH QUIETER WEATHER TODAY...WITH CLOUDS AND A FEW
FLURRIES EXPECTED. LOW PRESSURE DEVELOPING OVER THE SOUTHERN PLAINS
WILL LIFT IN OUR DIRECTION LATER FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY...DELIVERING
OUR NEXT ROUND OF RAIN AND SNOW. COLDER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THAT
SYSTEM BY SUNDAY AND ESPECIALLY NEXT WEEK...PROVIDING SEVERAL
CHANCES FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS AND CONDITIONS MUCH MORE
TYPICAL FOR LATE DECEMBER.

HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DAY WILL REMAIN MILD...RANGING
THROUGH THE 30S ACROSS THE STATE.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL ALSO BE ON THE WARMER SIDE...FALLING MAINLY
THROUGH THE MID 20S TO LOWER 30S.

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

NO HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS EXPECTED THROUGH FRIDAY.

$$

DL/MG




000
NZUS01 KAPX 251622
SYNAPX

SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
1100 AM EST THU DEC 25 2014

HIGH PRESSURE DRIFTING THROUGH THE TENNESSEE VALLEY WILL PROVIDE
NORTHERN MICHIGAN WITH QUIETER WEATHER TODAY...WITH CLOUDS AND A FEW
FLURRIES EXPECTED. LOW PRESSURE DEVELOPING OVER THE SOUTHERN PLAINS
WILL LIFT IN OUR DIRECTION LATER FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY...DELIVERING
OUR NEXT ROUND OF RAIN AND SNOW. COLDER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THAT
SYSTEM BY SUNDAY AND ESPECIALLY NEXT WEEK...PROVIDING SEVERAL
CHANCES FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS AND CONDITIONS MUCH MORE
TYPICAL FOR LATE DECEMBER.

HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DAY WILL REMAIN MILD...RANGING
THROUGH THE 30S ACROSS THE STATE.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL ALSO BE ON THE WARMER SIDE...FALLING MAINLY
THROUGH THE MID 20S TO LOWER 30S.

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

NO HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS EXPECTED THROUGH FRIDAY.

$$

DL/MG





000
NZUS01 KAPX 240907
SYNAPX

SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
410 AM EST WED DEC 24 2014

STRONG LOW PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP FROM THE GULF COAST AND MOVE
NORTHWARD INTO THE EASTERN LAKES BY THIS EVENING. THIS SYSTEM WILL
BRING A ROUND OF SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION TO MUCH OF THE
AREA...WITH RAIN QUICKLY CHANGING TO SNOW FROM WEST TO EAST.
ACCUMULATION OF HEAVY WET SNOW IS EXPECTED ACROSS NORTHWEST LOWER
AND EASTERN UPPER MICHIGAN...PARTICULARLY INTO THE HIGHER TERRAIN
AREAS. SNOW WILL END CHRISTMAS MORNING...WITH QUIET WEATHER EXPECTED
INTO MUCH OF FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BRIEFLY RETURNS.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE THROUGH 30S NORTH TO THE MIDDLE
TO UPPER 40S DOWNSTATE.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM THE 20S IN
WESTERN UPPER MICHIGAN TO THE MIDDLE 30S FAR SOUTH.

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

AREAS OF QUITE DENSE FOG ARE EXPECTED OVERNIGHT...REDUCING THE
VISIBILITY TO NEAR ZERO AT TIMES.

RAIN WILL OVERSPREAD NORTHERN MICHIGAN THIS MORNING...MIXING WITH
AND CHANGING TO SNOW INTO THE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS AS A
STORM SYSTEM STRENGTHENS QUICKLY OVER LAKE HURON. CURRENT TRENDS
SUGGEST THE HEAVIEST ACCUMULATION OF SNOW WILL BE FOUND ACROSS THE
HIGHER TERRAIN AREAS...GENERALLY ALONG AND EAST OF US-131 AND WEST
OF A LINE FROM ROGERS CITY TO WEST BRANCH IN NORTHERN LOWER
MICHIGAN. LIGHTER SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED OUTSIDE OF THESE AREAS. ROADS
WILL BECOME SNOW COVERED AND SLICK FOR MANY AREAS THROUGH LATE
EVENING...WITH HAZARDOUS TRAVEL EXPECTED.

$$

DL




000
NZUS01 KAPX 240907
SYNAPX

SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
410 AM EST WED DEC 24 2014

STRONG LOW PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP FROM THE GULF COAST AND MOVE
NORTHWARD INTO THE EASTERN LAKES BY THIS EVENING. THIS SYSTEM WILL
BRING A ROUND OF SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION TO MUCH OF THE
AREA...WITH RAIN QUICKLY CHANGING TO SNOW FROM WEST TO EAST.
ACCUMULATION OF HEAVY WET SNOW IS EXPECTED ACROSS NORTHWEST LOWER
AND EASTERN UPPER MICHIGAN...PARTICULARLY INTO THE HIGHER TERRAIN
AREAS. SNOW WILL END CHRISTMAS MORNING...WITH QUIET WEATHER EXPECTED
INTO MUCH OF FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BRIEFLY RETURNS.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE THROUGH 30S NORTH TO THE MIDDLE
TO UPPER 40S DOWNSTATE.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM THE 20S IN
WESTERN UPPER MICHIGAN TO THE MIDDLE 30S FAR SOUTH.

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

AREAS OF QUITE DENSE FOG ARE EXPECTED OVERNIGHT...REDUCING THE
VISIBILITY TO NEAR ZERO AT TIMES.

RAIN WILL OVERSPREAD NORTHERN MICHIGAN THIS MORNING...MIXING WITH
AND CHANGING TO SNOW INTO THE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS AS A
STORM SYSTEM STRENGTHENS QUICKLY OVER LAKE HURON. CURRENT TRENDS
SUGGEST THE HEAVIEST ACCUMULATION OF SNOW WILL BE FOUND ACROSS THE
HIGHER TERRAIN AREAS...GENERALLY ALONG AND EAST OF US-131 AND WEST
OF A LINE FROM ROGERS CITY TO WEST BRANCH IN NORTHERN LOWER
MICHIGAN. LIGHTER SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED OUTSIDE OF THESE AREAS. ROADS
WILL BECOME SNOW COVERED AND SLICK FOR MANY AREAS THROUGH LATE
EVENING...WITH HAZARDOUS TRAVEL EXPECTED.

$$

DL





000
NZUS01 KAPX 231758
SYNAPX

SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
1255 PM EST TUE DEC 23 2014

A STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE PLAINS WILL PUSH INTO THE WESTERN
GREAT LAKES THIS AFTERNOON...BEFORE EXITING NORTHEAST INTO QUEBEC
THURSDAY EVENING. THIS PATTERN WILL GENERATE MILD TEMPERATURES
COMBINED WITH RAIN AND FOG ACROSS NORTHERN MICHIGAN THROUGH
WEDNESDAY EVENING. COLDER AIR WRAPPING INTO THE REGION ON THE
BACKSIDE OF THE EXITING STORM SYSTEM...WILL TRANSITION
PRECIPITATION TO SNOW CHRISTMAS EVE AND THURSDAY WITH ACCUMULATING
SNOW POSSIBLE ACROSS NORTHERN MICHIGAN.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL QUICKLY BUILD BACK INTO THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND
GREAT LAKES THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND FRIDAY...GENERATING SOME SUN AND
SEASONAL TEMPERATURES OVER NORTHERN MICHIGAN INTO THE WEEKEND.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE RAIN FROM THE 30S NORTH...TO THE
LOW 40S SOUTH.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT...WILL REMAIN IN THE 30S.

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

A STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL IMPACT NORTHERN MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY INTO
CHRISTMAS EVE...BRINGING THE POTENTIAL FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW AND
STRONG WINDS FOR SOME AREAS. THE BEST CHANCE FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW
WILL BE FOUND ACROSS NORTHWEST LOWER AND EASTERN UPPER
MICHIGAN.

IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT ANY SMALL CHANGE IN THE TRACK OF THIS STORM
WILL HAVE A MAJOR IMPACT ON SNOWFALL POTENTIAL ACROSS NORTHERN
MICHIGAN. THOSE WITH TRAVEL PLANS THE NEXT 24 HOURS SHOULD PLAN FOR
THE POSSIBILITY OF SLICK AND HAZARDOUS TRAVEL.

$$

SWR




000
NZUS01 KAPX 231758
SYNAPX

SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GAYLORD MI
1255 PM EST TUE DEC 23 2014

A STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE PLAINS WILL PUSH INTO THE WESTERN
GREAT LAKES THIS AFTERNOON...BEFORE EXITING NORTHEAST INTO QUEBEC
THURSDAY EVENING. THIS PATTERN WILL GENERATE MILD TEMPERATURES
COMBINED WITH RAIN AND FOG ACROSS NORTHERN MICHIGAN THROUGH
WEDNESDAY EVENING. COLDER AIR WRAPPING INTO THE REGION ON THE
BACKSIDE OF THE EXITING STORM SYSTEM...WILL TRANSITION
PRECIPITATION TO SNOW CHRISTMAS EVE AND THURSDAY WITH ACCUMULATING
SNOW POSSIBLE ACROSS NORTHERN MICHIGAN.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL QUICKLY BUILD BACK INTO THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND
GREAT LAKES THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND FRIDAY...GENERATING SOME SUN AND
SEASONAL TEMPERATURES OVER NORTHERN MICHIGAN INTO THE WEEKEND.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE RAIN FROM THE 30S NORTH...TO THE
LOW 40S SOUTH.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT...WILL REMAIN IN THE 30S.

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

A STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL IMPACT NORTHERN MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY INTO
CHRISTMAS EVE...BRINGING THE POTENTIAL FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW AND
STRONG WINDS FOR SOME AREAS. THE BEST CHANCE FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW
WILL BE FOUND ACROSS NORTHWEST LOWER AND EASTERN UPPER
MICHIGAN.

IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT ANY SMALL CHANGE IN THE TRACK OF THIS STORM
WILL HAVE A MAJOR IMPACT ON SNOWFALL POTENTIAL ACROSS NORTHERN
MICHIGAN. THOSE WITH TRAVEL PLANS THE NEXT 24 HOURS SHOULD PLAN FOR
THE POSSIBILITY OF SLICK AND HAZARDOUS TRAVEL.

$$

SWR





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