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WINTER STORMS-MICH
(2007-02-05)
(wgvu) - MICHIGAN IS IN THE GRIP OF A COLD SNAP THAT ISN'T
LIKELY TO EASE UP FOR DAYS.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAD WINTER STORM WARNINGS IN EFFECT
FOR MOST OF EASTERN UPPER MICHIGAN, WHERE UP TO ELEVEN INCHES OF
NEW SNOW WAS POSSIBLE BY TONIGHT.
WINTER STORM WARNINGS ALSO WERE IN EFFECT FOR THE NORTHWEST
LOWER PENINSULA, WHERE UP TO EIGHT INCHES OF NEW SNOW COULD FALL BY
TONIGHT.
TEMPERATURES TODAY ARE LIKELY TO REACH NO HIGHER THAN THE LOW
TEENS IN LOWER MICHIGAN, AND IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ACROSS THE UPPER
PENINSULA. FORECASTERS SAY HIGHS WON'T REACH THE 20S ANYWHERE IN
THE STATE UNTIL WEDNESDAY.
WIND-CHILL WARNINGS WERE IN EFFECT FOR THE THUMB AREA AND
COUNTIES AROUND SAGINAW BAY.

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