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Lake Effect Snows continue behind large Wednesday Storm

By: TheDawnAwakening , 1:54 AM GMT on November 28, 2013

Large Lake Effect Snow outbreak is underway for much of the Great Lakes region. Several bands are multi lake enhanced, while bands off of Lake Superior and Lake Michigan remain single band dependent. Georgian Bay connection is associated with LE snows near Buffalo, NY, where whiteout conditions are currently present. Very cold air is over the region and this is supplying the delta Ts necessary for Lake Buoyancy of 500j/kg MUCAPEs. This trough will eventually be replaced by another shortwave trough currently over the Green Bay, WI area. This shortwave disturbance will kick off another bout of Lake Effect snows for the eastern Lakes as surface flow veers to the southwest and metro Buffalo, NY gets in on the heaviest bands of redeveloped snows for Thanksgiving day and night through Friday morning. This shortwave will be responsible for the redevelopment of a clipper offshore and depending upon wind direction could ignite Ocean Effect snows for Cape Cod, MA Friday night into Saturday. Please stay tuned to further updates.

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