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Lake Snows and Watching the 28th Storm

November 20, 2012; 10:51 AM ET

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1. The map below shows the potential area of snow with the storm around Nov. 28. The storm appears to be a wave of low pressure that will run along the cold front that will become stalled from the mid-Atlantic to Texas. The wave may tap the cold air to the north producing a swath of wet snow just north of the storm track. Again, this is just a potential, but all the operational models are showing the storm sliding along the front so it's something to watch.

2. Lake-effect snow late Friday and Saturday should be the first real outbreak of the season. It's a quick shot with with accumulations ranging from a few inches to perhaps a foot in places.

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