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Late-winter storm forecast for region

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA

352 PM EST SUN MAR 3 2013

INZ003>009-012>018-020-022>027-032>034-MIZ077>081-OHZ001-002-004-

005-015-016-024-025-032300-

LA PORTE-ST. JOSEPH IN-ELKHART-LAGRANGE-STEUBEN-NOBLE-DE KALB-

STARKE-PULASKI-MARSHALL-FULTON IN-KOSCIUSKO-WHITLEY-ALLEN IN-

WHITE-CASS IN-MIAMI-WABASH-HUNTINGTON-WELLS-ADAMS-GRANT-BLACKFORD-

JAY-BERRIEN-CASS MI-ST. JOSEPH MI-BRANCH-HILLSDALE-WILLIAMS-

FULTON OH-DEFIANCE-HENRY-PAULDING-PUTNAM-VAN WERT-ALLEN OH-

INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...MICHIGAN CITY...LA PORTE...SOUTH BEND...

MISHAWAKA...NEW CARLISLE...WALKERTON...ELKHART...GOSHEN...

NAPPANEE...LAGRANGE...TOPEKA...SHIPSHEWANA...ANGOLA...FREMONT...

KENDALLVILLE...LIGONIER...ALBION...AUBURN...GARRETT...KNOX...

NORTH JUDSON...BASS LAKE...WINAMAC...FRANCESVILLE...MEDARYVILLE...

PLYMOUTH...BREMEN...CULVER...ROCHESTER...AKRON...WARSAW...

WINONA LAKE...SYRACUSE...MENTONE...COLUMBIA CITY...TRI-LAKES...

SOUTH WHITLEY...FORT WAYNE...NEW HAVEN...MONTICELLO...BROOKSTON...

MONON...LOGANSPORT...ROYAL CENTER...PERU...GRISSOM AFB...MEXICO...

WABASH...NORTH MANCHESTER...HUNTINGTON...ROANOKE...BLUFFTON...

OSSIAN...DECATUR...BERNE...MARION...GAS CITY...UPLAND...

HARTFORD CITY...MONTPELIER...PORTLAND...DUNKIRK...NILES...

BENTON HARBOR...ST. JOSEPH...BUCHANAN...DOWAGIAC...CASSOPOLIS...

MARCELLUS...STURGIS...THREE RIVERS...WHITE PIGEON...MENDON...

COLDWATER...BRONSON...HILLSDALE...LITCHFIELD...JONESVILLE...

BRYAN...WAUSEON...ARCHBOLD...FAYETTE...SWANTON...DEFIANCE...

SHERWOOD...HICKSVILLE...NAPOLEON...DESHLER...LIBERTY CENTER...

PAULDING...ANTWERP...MELROSE...OTTAWA...PANDORA...KALIDA...

FORT JENNINGS...VAN WERT...DELPHOS...OHIO CITY...LIMA...

SPENCERVILLE

352 PM EST SUN MAR 3 2013 /252 PM CST SUN MAR 3 2013/

...LATE WINTER SYSTEM MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY NIGHT...

TWO AREAS OF LOW PRESSURE...ONE MOVING NORTHWEST FROM TEXAS...

AND THE OTHER DROPPING SOUTHEAST FROM THE NORTHERN PLAINS...WILL

CONVERGE ON THE GREAT LAKES AND OHIO VALLEY REGION FOR THE FIRST

HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. BY TUESDAY MORNING...ONE AREA OF LOW

PRESSURE IS EXPECTED IN THE SOUTHERN IN THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY

VALLEY.

LIGHT PRECIPITATION MAY BEGIN TO FALL SOUTHWEST OF A KNOX TO

MARION INDIANA LINE MONDAY NIGHT WITH HEAVIER PRECIPITATION

OVERSPREADING THE REGION ON TUESDAY. A LAYER OF WARMER AIR WILL

WORK IN AHEAD OF THE MERGING LOW PRESSURE AREAS...FURTHER

COMPLICATING THE FORECAST. AT THIS TIME...THE THREAT FOR MIXED

PRECIPITATION...MAINLY IN THE FORM OF SNOW AND SLEET...WILL

INCREASE FROM SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST EARLY TUESDAY MORNING

ESPECIALLY SOUTH OF ROUTE 6.

COLDER AIR WILL ARRIVE BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON...ALLOWING FOR ALL OF

THE PRECIPITATION TO CHANGE TO SNOW. PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW ARE

POSSIBLE ACROSS PARTS OF THE AREA...WITH THE EXACT LOCATION AND

DURATION REMAINING UNCERTAIN. MANY LOCATIONS WILL LIKELY SEE

SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW...WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR 4 TO 6 INCHES OR

MORE EXISTING WHERE THE MAIN BAND OF SNOW REMAINS IN PLACE. SNOW

CHANCES ARE EXPECTED TO DIMINISH WEDNESDAY.

THOSE PLANNING TRAVEL TUESDAY MORNING INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING

SHOULD MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS ACROSS THE REGION. CHANGES IN

PRECIPITATION TYPES...AMOUNTS AND ASSOCIATED IMPACTS ARE LIKELY

OVER THE NEXT 24 TO 36 HOURS AS MODELS CONVERGE ON A SOLUTION.

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