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Locally Heavy Rainfall in South Texas; Cool Temperatures for Much of the East

Heavy rainfall will again be possible across portions of south Texas through the weekend, which may result in additional flooding. Elsewhere, mixed precipitation is possible for the Appalachians, upper Midwest, and Great Lakes with some showers for the Gulf Coast. Temperatures will remain chilly across most of the eastern U.S., but warmer than normal weather will prevail in the West. Read More >


On Monday, December 11th, a clipper system tracked across Lake Superior and strengthened across the eastern portions of the lake bringing northerly gales to 45 knots behind the exiting system. This northerly flow allowed for moderate to heavy lake effect snow across the region through Tuesday December 12th. While numerous moderate to heavy snow bands where observed across Upper Michigan, a significant snow squall impacted the city of Marquette and areas east of M-553 late Monday through early Tuesday.  Snowfall amounts affected by the band totaled between 8-12 inches. 




The above image shows the evolution of the snow squall that impacted eastern Marquette county and western Alger counties late Monday into early Sunday. 
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