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>> Evrod: YOU MISS A DAY, YOU MISS A LOT.

MISS A LOT. >> Brandon: AND PAUL GROSS CALLS

>> Brandon: AND PAUL GROSS CALLS THIS THE NEW NORMAL, LAKESHORE

THIS THE NEW NORMAL, LAKESHORE FLOOD ADVISORIES.

FLOOD ADVISORIES. WITH AS HIGH AS THE LAKE LEVELS

WITH AS HIGH AS THE LAKE LEVELS ARE, ANYTIME WE GET A

ARE, ANYTIME WE GET A NORTH-NORTHEAST WIND OF

NORTH-NORTHEAST WIND OF SUBSTANCE, IT WILL CREATE THE

SUBSTANCE, IT WILL CREATE THE LAKESHORE FLOOD ADVISORIES LIKE

LAKESHORE FLOOD ADVISORIES LIKE WE HAVE IN SANILAC AND ST. CLAIR

WE HAVE IN SANILAC AND ST. CLAIR COUNTIES TODAY THROUGH THE DAY,

COUNTIES TODAY THROUGH THE DAY, TONIGHT, AND INTO TOMORROW

TONIGHT, AND INTO TOMORROW MORNING.

MORNING. SO WATCH OUT IN LOW-LYING AREAS.

SO WATCH OUT IN LOW-LYING AREAS. ROADS AND PROPERTIES ALONG THE

ROADS AND PROPERTIES ALONG THE LAKESHORE WITH WINDS OUT OF THE

LAKESHORE WITH WINDS OUT OF THE NORTH THAT ARE ANYWHERE FROM

NORTH THAT ARE ANYWHERE FROM 6-12 MILES PER HOUR.

6-12 MILES PER HOUR. 14-MILE-PER-HOUR WIND FROM THE

14-MILE-PER-HOUR WIND FROM THE NORTH OVER IN FLINT.

NORTH OVER IN FLINT. SO IT CREATES THE WAVES THAT

SO IT CREATES THE WAVES THAT SPILL ONSHORE.

SPILL ONSHORE. AND YOU GET THE IDEA.

AND YOU GET THE IDEA. YOURE GETTING USED TO IT UP

YOURE GETTING USED TO IT UP ALONG THE SHORELINE OF LAKE

ALONG THE SHORELINE OF LAKE HURON, BUT WE NEED TO LET YOU

HURON, BUT WE NEED TO LET YOU KNOW.

KNOW. WIND CHILLS CREATED BY THE NORTH

WIND CHILLS CREATED BY THE NORTH BREEZE ARE IN THE MIDDLE TO

BREEZE ARE IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 20s TO NEAR 30 DEGREES.

UPPER 20s TO NEAR 30 DEGREES. AND SO THE THICKER COAT THATS

AND SO THE THICKER COAT THATS BEEN SITTING, I GUESS, ON THE

BEEN SITTING, I GUESS, ON THE SHELF OR WHEREVER, NEEDS TO BE

SHELF OR WHEREVER, NEEDS TO BE BUSTED OUT AGAIN FOR A COUPLE OF

BUSTED OUT AGAIN FOR A COUPLE OF WEEKS.

WEEKS. TODAY IS NOT TERRIBLE, BUT IT

TODAY IS NOT TERRIBLE, BUT IT WILL BE BREEZY AT TIMES, KEEPING

WILL BE BREEZY AT TIMES, KEEPING THE MIDDLE 30s MOST OF THE DAY,

THE MIDDLE 30s MOST OF THE DAY, FEELING LIKE THE UPPER 20s, IF

FEELING LIKE THE UPPER 20s, IF YOU WILL.

YOU WILL. SO DRESS FOR THAT.

SO DRESS FOR THAT. AND AGAIN, THE BREEZES OUT OF

AND AGAIN, THE BREEZES OUT OF THE NORTH WILL KICK UP FROM TIME

THE NORTH WILL KICK UP FROM TIME TO TIME ANYWHERE FROM 15 TO

TO TIME ANYWHERE FROM 15 TO MAYBE 23 MILES PER HOUR.

MAYBE 23 MILES PER HOUR. IT IS A DRIVING FORCE TO KEEP

IT IS A DRIVING FORCE TO KEEP MOST OF THIS MOISTURE STAYING TO

MOST OF THIS MOISTURE STAYING TO OUR SOUTH.

OUR SOUTH. YOU CAN SEE IT AND THE TAIL END

YOU CAN SEE IT AND THE TAIL END OF THAT, THE AREA OF LOW

OF THAT, THE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE, WILL EVENTUALLY SET UP

PRESSURE, WILL EVENTUALLY SET UP FOR US SOUTH AND CREATE THE

FOR US SOUTH AND CREATE THE SNOWMAKER FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT,

SNOWMAKER FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT, THURSDAY, AND BEYOND.

THURSDAY, AND BEYOND. AGAIN, MOST OF THAT MOISTURE

AGAIN, MOST OF THAT MOISTURE TODAY DOWN THROUGH INDIANA,

TODAY DOWN THROUGH INDIANA, OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, THE OHIO

OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, THE OHIO RIVER, ANYBODY DRIVING DOWN THAT

RIVER, ANYBODY DRIVING DOWN THAT WAY, WATCH OUT FOR WINTRY MIX

WAY, WATCH OUT FOR WINTRY MIX AND RAIN.

AND RAIN. AND IT STAYS AWAY FROM US TODAY

AND IT STAYS AWAY FROM US TODAY AND TOMORROW.

AND TOMORROW. TOMORROW NIGHT, HERE COMES THE

TOMORROW NIGHT, HERE COMES THE SNOW.

SNOW. PROBABLY CLOSER TO MIDNIGHT.

PROBABLY CLOSER TO MIDNIGHT. TWO DIFFERENT MODELS REALLY

TWO DIFFERENT MODELS REALLY QUICK HERE SHOWING YOU THROUGH

QUICK HERE SHOWING YOU THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT INTO THURSDAY

THE OVERNIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING, THE EUROPEAN ALREADY

MORNING, THE EUROPEAN ALREADY HAS 2-4 OR 5 INCHES ON THE

HAS 2-4 OR 5 INCHES ON THE GROUND, AND THEN THE NAM, THE

GROUND, AND THEN THE NAM, THE NORTH AMERICAN MEZZO SCALE, HAS

NORTH AMERICAN MEZZO SCALE, HAS A SIMILAR SETUP WITH 2-4 OR 5

A SIMILAR SETUP WITH 2-4 OR 5 INCHES WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH

INCHES WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING.

THURSDAY MORNING. BUT LESSER DOWN IN OUR SOUTH

BUT LESSER DOWN IN OUR SOUTH ZONE THAN THE FIRST MODEL.

ZONE THAN THE FIRST MODEL. SO WERE STILL WORKING ON THIS

SO WERE STILL WORKING ON THIS ONE.

ONE. AGAIN, NOT TODAY, NOT TOMORROW.

AGAIN, NOT TODAY, NOT TOMORROW. IT IS COOL ON WEDNESDAY, BUT

IT IS COOL ON WEDNESDAY, BUT THURSDAY WILL BE THE SNOW DAY,

THURSDAY WILL BE THE SNOW DAY, ESPECIALLY IN THE MORNING,

ESPECIALLY IN THE MORNING, IMPACTING THE COMMUTE AND A

IMPACTING THE COMMUTE AND A LITTLE LEFTOVER LIGHT SNOW

LITTLE LEFTOVER LIGHT SNOW DURING THE AFTERNOON AND FRIDAY

DURING THE AFTERNOON AND FRIDAY COULD BE ANOTHER INCH OR TWO ON

COULD BE ANOTHER INCH OR TWO ON TOP OF IT.

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