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Wintry conditions from the Midwest to New England

A storm system developing in the Great Plains will bring wintry weather to the Midwest, Great Lakes and Northeast through the weekend into Monday. A swath of heavy snow is forecast from southern WI and northern IL eastward to Upstate NY. Numerous Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for these areas. Traveling in this area may be hazardous. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 11, 2016 at 7:41:11 am CST

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A mild night is expected across the region with mostly cloudy to overcast skies. Winds will be light and variable promoting areas of fog, dense at times, to develop. We could also see areas of marine fog across the nearshore waters and bays.
Much warmer out today than the past several days though we will continue to see mostly cloudy to overcast conditions. Moisture begins to return to the region as surface winds shift more southerly and increase, though not expecting much in the way of rain outside of this morning. Small craft advisory conditions will persist through the early afternoon over the offshore Gulf waters.
Warmer temperatures are in store for South Texas early this week. A cold front will move through during the mid week and briefly lower temperatures. Isolated to scattered showers are possible at times through the week, but most locations will remain dry.

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