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[November 17, 2008]  (AP)  Cold, wintry winds from the north was to push across the warm waters of the Great Lakes on Monday, triggering lake-effect snowfall across areas of Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. The heaviest amounts of snowfall was expected to occur over northern Ohio, southwestern Michigan and Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Afternoon temperatures across the Great Lakes were expected to remain cold and range from the 20s to 40s.

HardwareLake-effect snowfall was also to reach into portions of the Northeast, and areas of New York and Pennsylvania were expecting significant amounts of snow showers throughout the day.

Meanwhile, rain showers were possible over the remainder of the New England states and portions of the Mid-Atlantic. Temperature highs were to remain below the seasonal normals, and will range from the 30s to 50s.

The South was to continue seeing cool temperature and sunny skies as high pressure was to keep conditions dry. Afternoon temperatures were to range from the 50s to 70s.

The West was to be warm and dry throughout the afternoon. Temperatures across the Northwest were to rise into the 40s to 70s, while the Southwest was to reach into the 60s to near 90s.

Temperatures in the Lower 48 states ranged from 10 degrees at Kremmling, Colo., to 96 degrees at Santa Ana, Calif.


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