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January 10,2011

Analysis valid 1:00pm EST 10 Jan 2011

A low pressure system is moving across the central Plains giving measurable snowfall in eastern Nebraska/Iowa. The system is moving east and will bring snow to Indiana, early tomorrow morning. Snowfall amounts will range from 2-6 inches across the state.
The southern United States is being impacted with mixed precipitation as far down as Mississippi with snow, sleet, and freezing rain moving to the northeast by mid-week.
The yellow lines indicate sea level pressures, the hatched pink is mixed precipitation, and the hatched blue filled is snow.


today's current weather graphic was produced by Kate Demchak and Brittany Herrholtz





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