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Winter Weather From Texas to the Mid-Atlantic

An arctic air mass will bring cold temperatures across much of the central and eastern U.S.; in addition to bringing mixed precipitation and icy conditions from south Texas and the central Gulf Coast into the southern Mid-Atlantic which may cause hazardous travel and power outages. The most significant icing is likely in the eastern Carolinas and heaviest snow in parts of the Delmarva Peninsula. Read More >

Overview

Arctic airmass brought cold temperatures and lake effect snow to the area. SW Lower MI was most impacted by the lake effect snow as a single band of 1-2" per hour snowfall rates dropped into Berrien/Cass counties around 8 pm on January 6th and lingered overnight.  After a lull in lake effect on Friday morning, another dominant band formed during afternoon and affected South Haven to north of Three Rivers during the afternoon.  8 to 14 inches fell overnight across northern Berrien County with 48 hour totals of 19 to 24 inches across far northern/northeast Berrien County. Wind chills Thursday night into Friday morning ranged from 5 to 15 below zero. 
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