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Lake Effect Snow winds down


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Snow winds down

7:25 P.M. ET 12/14/2004

 

Anthony Diaz, Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

The end is near for lake-effect snow as winds will begin to shift and high pressure moves into the region. Snows will taper in the overnight hours and will be mere flurries by morning south of Lakes Erie and Ontario. On a side note, shifting winds will contribute to some ocean-effect snow for areas along Cape Cod. A general two to four inches are possible from Provincetown to Hyannis.

 

Elsewhere, a weak disturbance that brought showers to Seattle and Portland on Tuesday will move east Wednesday enhancing the potential for snow and rain for the Northern Rockies. Precipitation amounts will be light, but during a short burst an accumulation of one two three inches of snow could be possible.

 

Heavy morning fog remains a threat for the expanse of the West Coast on Wednesday. San Francisco, Sacramento and Seattle can expect dense fog during the morning commute.

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