NWS: Arctic blast/lake effect snow begins

Arctic blast/lake effect snow begins
Today’s National Weather Service weather story for February 13, 2020. Image courtesy of the National Weather Service.

Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:

Arctic blast/lake effect snow begins

(February 12, 2020) – Across most of the region, light snow will taper gradually through the day with an inch or less additional snowfall. Temperatures will begin to plummet, falling through the 20s today and into the single digits above zero tonight. Lake effect snow will impact southwest Lower Michigan into northwest Indiana today into tonight with this cold air mass. Wind chill temperatures will bottom out in the 0 to 10 below zero range tonight. Friday’s highs will struggle through the teens. The cold will be short-lived, however, with temperatures rebounding to near normal Saturday into next week.

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