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Rain and snow for parts of the Great Lakes region

6:47 P.M. ET 11/30/2004

 

Tom Moore , Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

Flood watches remain posted in portions of the Deep South. Flooding of roads has already occurred in parts of Tennessee. The watches are in effect for areas of the lower Mississippi Valley eastward through most of Mississippi, the western three-quarters of Tennessee and northern Alabama. A storm system continues to move northeastward toward the Great Lakes.

 

On the western and northern periphery of the storm's precipitation shield, light snow is falling from portions of northern Missouri across southern Iowa to the Wisconsin-Illinois border. This band of snow will settle into northern Illinois and southern lower Michigan. Three to six inches of snow could coat southern Michigan, although the heaviest amounts should remain north and west of Detroit. An inch or two of slushy snow could fall in Detroit late tonight. Similarly, Chicago could pick up two to four overnight, with higher amounts to the south and west. Rain and wind will dominate the Northeast on Wednesday.

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