The Lake-effect Snow Warnings/Advisory ends for Lake, Cook and Will Counties in Illinois – Warnings/Advisories continue in Northwest Indiana

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As the wind pattern has become more northwesterly, snow showers have weakened over northeast Illinois with the target of heavier snow shifting into northwest Indiana where Lake-effect snow Warnings and Advisories have been continued overnight into Wednesday morning. All Lake-effect Warnings/Advisories in northeast Illinois have been discontinued as of 6PM this Tuesday afternoon.

Continuing northwest Indiana Warnings/Advisories…

A Lake-effect Snow Warning calling for an additional 3 to 6-inches of snow will continue over Lake County Indiana until 4AM CDT Wednesday morning.
The Lake-effect Snow Warning in Porter and LaPorte Counties calling for an additional 6 to possibly 12-inches of snow will run from this evening until 9AM CDT Wednesday morning.
A Lake-effect Snow Advisory for Jasper and Stark Counties calling for 3 to 6 inches of additional snow will run from this evening until 9AM CDT Wednesday morning.

 

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