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Nov 14 0-2 Day Forecast

Currently, a high pressure system is situated over the Michigan/Ohio border, giving us mostly sunny skies throughout most of the Midwest. These conditions are expected to continue throughout the rest of this forecast period.



There is a chance for fog tomorrow morning in the area, which an inversion near the surface. This could be frozen fog with temperatures at or below 0 tomorrow morning. Along with this, there is a chance of icing on the roads in the morning as well.


As another high pressure moves into the area, highs should remain the upper 40s to lower 50s with mostly sunny skies throughout the area. There is no significant Warm or Cold Air Advection aloft as winds remain calm at the 850mb until 11/17/2012 at 00z.



Today's Short Range Forecast was provided by Juan Crespo.
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