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SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW ADVISORY

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  • Rick Elushik
    SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW ADVISORY URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI 430 PM EST TUE JAN 18 2005 .AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE
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      SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW ADVISORY
      URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
      NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
      430 PM EST TUE JAN 18 2005

      .AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL QUICKLY MOVE ACROSS
      ONTARIO TONIGHT
      BRINGING A QUICK BURST OF SNOW TO SOUTHWEST LOWER
      MICHIGAN.
      SNOWFALL WILL SPREAD FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST
      ACROSS SOUTHERN
      LOWER MICHIGAN AS THIS SYSTEM MOVES RAPIDLY TO THE
      SOUTHEAST.
      SHOWERS WILL DEVELOP AHEAD OF THIS LOW WITH MOISTURE
      OFF OF LAKE
      MICHIGAN ENHANCING SNOWFALL INTENSITY NORTH OF I-96
      AND WEST OF U.S.
      131. IN ADDITION...WINDS WILL STEADILY INCREASE
      THROUGH THE EVENING
      HOURS WITH GUSTS OVER 30 MPH EXPECTED OVERNIGHT. THE
      COMBINATION OF
      GUSTY WINDS AND FALLING SNOW WILL CREATE CONSIDERABLE
      BLOWING AND
      DRIFTING OF SNOW WITH LOCALIZED BLIZZARD CONDITIONS
      EXPECTED...PARTICULARLY NORTH AND WEST OF A MUSKEGON
      TO EVART LINE.

      MIZ039-040-045-046-051-052-056>058-064-190400-
      ALLEGAN-CLARE-GRATIOT-IONIA-ISABELLA-KENT-MECOSTA-MONTCALM-OSCEOLA-
      OTTAWA-
      INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ALMA...BIG
      RAPIDS...CLARE...EVART...GRAND
      HAVEN...GRAND
      RAPIDS...GREENVILLE...HOLLAND...IONIA...MOUNT
      PLEASANT
      430 PM EST TUE JAN 18 2005

      ...SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT
      UNTIL 6 AM EST
      WEDNESDAY...

      A SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR
      TONIGHT
      WITH SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 3 TO 5 INCHES...WITH
      LOCALLY HIGHER
      AMOUNTS POSSIBLE...AND STRONG GUSTY WINDS EXPECTED.
      SNOW WILL BEGIN
      THIS EVENING THEN INCREASE IN INTENSITY OVERNIGHT
      BEFORE TAPERING TO
      FLURRIES EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING.

      THE SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED TO BE PARTICULARLY HEAVY
      BETWEEN
      APPROXIMATELY 1000 PM AND 200 AM EST WITH SNOWFALL
      RATES OF AN INCH
      AN HOUR POSSIBLE DURING THIS TIME FRAME. WINDS
      GUSTING TO AROUND 30
      MPH COMBINED WITH THE SNOWFALL WILL RESULT IN
      CONSIDERABLE BLOWING
      AND DRIFTING SNOW AND GREATLY REDUCED VISIBILITIES.
      EXPECT
      TREACHEROUS
      TRAVEL CONDITIONS FROM LATE EVENING THROUGH EARLY
      WEDNESDAY MORNING


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