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National Weather Service Text Products
November 9-14, 1996 in the Great Lakes


Marquette, MI 10:31pm EST Nov 10, 1996

WWUS35 KMQT 100330
SPSMQT
MIZ001>004-006-007-009-014-101130-

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
1031 PM EST SAT NOV 9 1996

...LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING IS IN EFFECT THROUGH MONDAY MORNING FOR
ALGER...LUCE AND SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTIES...
...LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING IS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT FOR
ONTONAGON AND GOGEBIC COUNTIES...
...LAKE EFFECT SNOW ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY FOR
BARAGA...HOUGHTON AND KEWEENAW COUNTIES...

COLD AIR FLOWING OVER THE RELATIVELY WARMER WATERS OF LAKE SUPERIOR
WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE HEAVY LAKE EFFECT SNOWS ALONG PARTS OF THE
LAKE SUPERIOR SHORELINE FOR THE REST OF THIS WEEKEND.

IN THE PAST 24 HOURS...SNOWFALL TOTALS INCLUDED IRONWOOD WITH 12
INCHES...BERGLAND WITH 11 INCHES AND 4 INCHES AT BRUCE CROSSING
AND WATERSMEET. UP TO 8 INCHES OF NEW SNOW IS EXPECTED OVERNIGHT IN
THE WARNING AREA...ESPECIALLY BETWEEN IRONWOOD...BERGLAND AND
ROCKLAND.

SINCE 3 PM...AU TRAIN...MUNISING AND SHINGLETON RECEIVED UP TO
7 INCHES OF NEW SNOW WITH 2 INCHES OF NEW SNOW AT SENEY AND NEWBERRY.
LOOK FOR UP TO 8 INCHES OF NEW SNOW OVERNIGHT...ESPECIALLY WITHIN 25
MILES OF LAKE SUPERIOR. TOTAL ACCUMULATIONS MAY REACH 18 INCHES BY
MONDAY MORNING ACROSS ALGER...LUCE AND NORTHERN SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTIES.

ACROSS THE ADVISORY AREA...SNOWFALL TODAY INCLUDED 4 INCHES AT CALUMET
AND HERMAN...3 INCHES AT HOUGHTON AND 2 INCHES AT KENTON...WATTON AND
LANSE. EXPECT UP TO 4 MORE INCHES OF SNOW OVERNIGHT...ESPECIALLY IN
HIGHER TERRAIN AREAS.

THE INTENSITY OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS VARIES QUICKLY IN NATURE.
IF TRAVELING ACROSS UPPER MICHIGAN THIS WEEKEND...BE PREPARED FOR
RAPIDLY CHANGING VISIBILITIES AND ROAD CONDITIONS AND ALLOW PLENTY
OF EXTRA TIME TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION.

STAY TUNED TO THIS STATION FOR THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION FROM
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

GFF


Cleveland, OH 11:30am Nov 10, 1996
WWUS35 KCLE 101632
SPSCLE
OHZ011>014-089-PAZ001>003-102100-
  
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
1130 AM EST SUN NOV 10 1996

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR TODAY AND
TONIGHT FOR EXTREME NORTHEAST OHIO AND FOR ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES
OF NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.

IN EXTREME NORTHEAST OHIO...CUYAHOGA...LAKE...GEAUGA AND ASHTABULA
COUNTIES ARE CONTAINED IN THE WARNING AREA. 

AS THE AFTERNOON PROGRESSES...THE FLOW WILL TURN FROM A WEST SOUTHWEST
FLOW TO A WESTERLY FLOW...SHIFTING THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW BANDS A BIT
FARTHER INLAND.  THIS WOULD BRING SNOW SHOWERS BACK INTO CUYAHOGA...LAKE
AND GEAUGA COUNTIES AS WELL AS INLAND ASHTABULA COUNTY.  THE LAKE EFFECT
SNOW WILL CONTINUE ALONG THE ASHTABULA LAKESHORE AND ACROSS ERIE AND
CRAWFORD COUNTIES OF NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.

ACCUMULATIONS THIS AFTERNOON WILL BE IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE...WHILE
ANOTHER 4 TO 10 INCHES MAY ACCUMULATE TONIGHT.

FOLLOWING ARE SOME SNOW ACCUMULATIONS FROM 7 PM LAST NIGHT TO 10 AM THIS
MORNING...

OHIO 
KIRTLAND...LAKE COUNTY  14 INCHES
GARFIELD HEIGHTS...CUYAHOGA COUNTY  13 INCHES
BROADVIEW HEIGHTS...CUYAHOGA COUNTY 12 INCHES
CHARDON...GEAUGA COUNTY  11 INCHES
CHESTERLAND...GEAUGA COUNTY  11 INCHES
PERRY...LAKE COUNTY 10 INCHES   

PENNSYLVANIA
NORTH EAST...ERIE COUNTY  8 INCHES
UNION CITY...ERIE COUNTY 7 INCHES

STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR THE LOCAL MEDIA FOR THE LATEST
WEATHER INFORMATION. 

BARJENBRUCH


Cleveland, OH Nov 10, 1996 3:35pm EST

WWUS46 KCLE 102035
WSWCLE
OHZ011>014-089-PAZ001>003-120000-
BULLETIN...IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
WINTER STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
335 PM EST SUN NOV 10 1996

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW IS IN EFFECT FOR TONIGHT AND
MONDAY FOR THE SNOWBELTS OF EXTREME NORTHEAST OHIO AND ERIE AND CRAWFORD
COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA.

THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS WARNING: 

ASHTABULA          CUYAHOGA(MAINLY EASTERN SUBURBS) 
GEAUGA             LAKE

IN PENNSYLVANIA:

CRAWFORD           ERIE 

TONIGHT AND MONDAY MANY LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING AREA COULD RECEIVE 10
TO 20 INCHES OF SNOW...THIS IS ON TOP OF THE SNOW THAT FELL SATURDAY
NIGHT AND TODAY. THIS IS A VERY SIGNIFICANT AND DANGEROUS LAKE EFFECT
SITUATION.

THE BANDS OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW TODAY WERE MAINLY OVER EASTERN LAKE
COUNTY...NORTHERN ASHTABULA COUNTY AND OVER ERIE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. 
BETWEEN SUNRISE AND 2 PM UP TO 6 INCHES OF SNOW FELL AT SOME LOCATIONS
UNDERNEATH THE BAND...THE SNOW WAS FALLING AT ALMOST AN INCH AN HOUR.

AS THE WINDS SHIFT THAT WILL MOVE THE BANDS OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW MORE
INLAND. PEOPLE PLANNING ON DOING SIGNIFICANT TRAVEL BETWEEN EAST OF
CLEVELAND AND IN ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA DURING THE
NEXT 48 HOURS SHOULD RECONSIDER AS ROADS WILL BE SLIPPERY AND SNOW
COVERED WITH THE VISIBILITY NEAR ZERO.


THE CAUSE OF THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW WAS A NORTHWEST FLOW OVER THE LAKE
COMBINED WITH A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE AT THE SURFACE OVER LOWER
MICHIGAN.

KIELTYKA


Marquette, MI Nov 10, 1996 10:00pm EST

WWUS35 KMQT 110257
SPSMQT
MIZ001>007-009>014-110900-

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
1000 PM EST SUN NOV 10 1996

...LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING ALGER...LUCE...SCHOOLCRAFT...ONTONAGON
AND GOGEBIC COUNTIES...
...LAKE EFFECT SNOW ADVISORY FOR BARAGA...HOUGHTON...KEWEENAW AND
MARQUETTE COUNTIES...

UP TO 10 TO 14 INCHES OF NEW SNOW CAN BE EXPECTED IN THE WARNING AREAS
TONIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING...ESPECIALLY OVER ALGER... LUCE AND NORTHERN
SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTIES. UP TO 6 INCHES OF NEW SNOW IS POSSIBLE INTO
MONDAY MORNING FOR BARAGA...HOUGHTON AND KEWEENAW COUNTIES AND UP TO 4
INCHES OF NEW SNOW IS POSSIBLE OVER EAST MARQUETTE COUNTY.

THE INTENSITY OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS VARIES QUICKLY. WHILE
TRAVELING ACROSS THE U.P. TONIGHT...STAY ALERT FOR RAPIDLY CHANGING
VISIBILITIES AND ROAD CONDITIONS. ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME TO REACH YOUR
DESTINATION.

THROUGH 9 PM EST...THE FOLLOWING SNOWDEPTHS HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN MARQUETTE. IN KEWEENAW COUNTY...
PHOENIX REPORTED 1 INCH...MOHAWK 3 INCHES...EAGLE HARBOR 2 INCHES...AND
COPPER HARBOR HAD 3 INCHES. 

IN BARAGA COUNTY...PELKIE REPORTED 7 INCHES ON THE GROUND...HERMAN 12
INCHES AND WATTON 8 INCHES.

IN HOUGHTON COUNTY...REDRIDGE HAD 2 INCHES...KENTON 6 INCHES...CALUMET
8 INCHES AND HANCOCK 5 INCHES.

IN ONTONAGON COUNTY...BRUCE CROSSING 11 INCHES AND BERGLAND 13 INCHES.

IN GOGEBIC COUNTY...IRONWOOD HAD 18 INCHES.

IN NORTHERN IRON COUNTY...7 INCHES.

IN MARQUETTE COUNTY...MICHIGAMME REPORTED 8 INCHES...ONE REPORT NEAR
SKANDIA HAD 3.5 INCHES ON THE GROUND AND ANOTHER REPORT CLOSE BY HAD 9
INCHES. LESS THAN 5 MILES AWAY...CARLSHEND HAD ONE INCH AND 4 INCHES
WERE ON THE GROUND AT THE MARQUETTE COUNTY AIRPORT.
 
IN ALGER COUNTY...WETMORE HAD 14 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE GROUND...EBEN
20 INCHES...SHELTER BAY 18 INCHES AND SHINGLETON HAD 8 INCHES.

IN LUCE COUNTY...NEWBERRY REPORTED 6 INCHES AND MCMILLAN 2 INCHES.

15 MILES NORTH OF MANISTIQUE...4 INCHES OF SNOW WAS REPORTED.

PETRO


Cleveland, OH Nov 10, 1996 11:00pm EST

WWUS35 KCLE 110415
SPSCLE
OHZ011>014-089-PAZ-001>003-110800-
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
1115 PM EST SUN NOV 10 1996

...A WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT TONIGHT THROUGH MONDAY FOR
EXTREME NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA...

AT 1100 PM WEATHER SERVICE RADAR IN CLEVELAND CONTINUED TO SHOW AN AREA
OF MODERATE TO OCCASIONALLY HEAVY SNOW ACROSS EASTERN CUYAHOGA COUNTY
EAST INTO LAKE...GEAUGA...AND ASHTABULA COUNTIES OF NORTHEAST OHIO AND
ERIE COUNTY IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.  THE SNOW WAS MOVING INLAND FROM
OFF OF LAKE ERIE HOWEVER ADDITIONAL SNOW CONTINUED TO DEVELOP OVER THE
LAKE.

SNOWFALL THROUGH THE DAY HAS BEEN HEAVIEST ACROSS EXTREME NORTHERN
ASHTABULA COUNTY IN OHIO AND NORTHERN ERIE COUNTY IN NORTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA WITH 8 TO 10 INCHES COMMON ACROSS THE AREA.  FURTHER
INLAND TODAY'S SNOWFALL DROPS OFF QUICKLY WITH THOMPSON IN GEAUGA
COUNTY REPORTING ONLY ONE INCH OF NEW SNOW AND A TRACE ACROSS CRAWFORD
COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA.

THE SNOWFALL WILL CONTINUE OVERNIGHT AND INTO MONDAY ACROSS EXTREME
NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.  ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATIONS
THROUGH 7AM MONDAY WILL RANGE FROM 4 TO AS MUCH AS 10 INCHES ACROSS THE
WARNING AREA.

THOSE TRAVELING ACROSS EXTREME NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA TONIGHT AND MONDAY SHOULD PREPARE FOR SEVERE WINTER
WEATHER CONDITIONS WITH OCCASIONAL WHITE-OUTS IN HEAVY SNOW AS WELL AS
SNOW COVERED AND SLIPPERY ROADWAYS. 

TK


Cleveland, OH Nov 11, 1996 05:00am EST

WWUS46 KCLE 110928
WSWCLE
OHZ011>014-021>023-089-PAZ001>003-121200-
BULLETIN...IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
WINTER STORM WARNING/SNOW ADVISORY/
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
415 AM EST MON NOV 11 1996

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM
415 AM EST MONDAY TO 700 AM EST TUESDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES:

IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA INLAND         CUYAHOGA(MAINLY EASTERN PORTIONS)  GEAUGA
LAKE

IN PENNSYLVANIA:

CRAWFORD PA              ERIE LAKESHORE                     S. ERIE


IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA LAKESHORE


BANDS OF SNOW MOVING OFF LAKE ERIE CONTINUE TO SPREAD SNOW ACROSS
CUYAHOGA...LAKE...GEAUGA...ASHTABULA AS WELL AS ERIE AND CRAWFORD
COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.  10 TO 20 INCHES OF SNOW ARE
POSSIBLE IN THE WARNING AREA BY TUESDAY MORNING.  THIS IS IN ADDITION
TO THE SNOW THAT HAS FALLEN FROM SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH OVERNIGHT
SUNDAY.  

THE BANDS OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW WERE MAINLY FROM CUYAHOGA COUNTY EAST
ACROSS GEAUGA AND LAKE COUNTIES TO ERIE PENNSYLVANIA.  SNOWFALL RATES
HAVE BEEN NEAR ONE INCH AN HOUR UNDERNEATH THE BAND.  AS A WEST TO
NORTHWEST FLOW OF COLDER AIR CONTINUES ACROSS LAKE ERIE...SNOW BANDS
WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP AND MOVE INLAND ACROSS NORTHEAST OHIO AND ERIE
AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA.  

THIS IS A DANGEROUS WINTER STORM CONDITION.  ALL UNNECESSARY TRAVEL
SHOULD BE AVOIDED THROUGH TONIGHT AS MANY ROADWAYS MAY BECOME SNOW
COVERED AND SLIPPERY.  VISIBILITIES MAY BE REDUCED TO NEAR ZERO AT
TIMES UNDER SNOW SQUALLS.  

ADDITIONALLY...SEVERAL AREAS ACROSS THE WARNING AREA REMAIN WITHOUT
POWER WITH LINES DOWN.  AVOID DOWNED WIRES AS THEY MAY STILL BE LIVE.  


A SNOW ADVISORY IS ALSO IN EFFECT FROM 415 AM EST MONDAY TO 700 PM EST
MONDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES: 
IN OHIO:

PORTAGE                  SUMMIT                   TRUMBULL



BANDS OF SNOW MOVING INLAND FROM LAKE ERIE WILL BRING SNOW ACROSS
PORTAGE...SUMMIT AND TRUMBULL COUNTIES.  THE HEAVIEST SNOW WILL FALL
ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THESE COUNTIES WERE 2 TO 4 INCHES ARE
EXPECTED.  AMOUNTS CLOSER TO 2 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE SOUTHERN
PORTIONS OF THESE COUNTIES.  

TRAVELERS SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY AND POSSIBLY SNOW COVERED
ROADWAYS...AS WELL AS REDUCED VISIBILITIES.  LEAVE EXTRA TIME TO REACH
YOUR DESTINATION. 

THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW IS THE RESULT OF A COLD WEST-NORTHWESTERLY FLOW OF
AIR ACROSS LAKE ERIE IN CONJUNCTION WITH A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE ALOFT
IN THE ATMOSPHERE. 

MILLER


Marquette, MI Nov 11, 1996 09:00pm EST

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT...CORRECTION...
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
904 PM EST MON NOV 11 1996


...LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING THROUGH TONIGHT FOR ALGER...LUCE AND
NORTHERN SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTIES...

THE FOLLOWING ARE SNOWFALL REPORTS ACROSS THE WEST AND CENTRAL U.P.
THROUGH 900 PM EST.

                          12 HR    SNOW
STATION                  SNOWFALL  DEPTH
ATLANTIC MINE  5NW             4.0     6
AU TRAIN LAKE                         15
AU TRAIN SW                           30
BERGLAND                       2.9    14
BRUCE CROSSING 4S              0.2    10
HERMAN                           T    12
HANCOCK 1W                     1.5     9
IRONWOOD 3NNE                  0.9    18
KENTON                         0.6     7
MCMILLAN                               8
MICHIGAMME                     1.7     9
MUNISING E                            21
NEWBERRY 25NNE                 3.0     6
PELKIE 5WSW                    2.4     8
NEWBERRY ARPT                    T
SHINGLETON 5N                  2.9    11
TWO HEART                      1.0     7
WETMORE 16S                    3.6
WATTON 3W                      0.6     9
WATERSMEET 12WSW               0.5     6

PETRO


Cleveland, OH Nov 11, 1996 09:37pm EST

WWUS35 KCLE 120238
SPSCLE
OHZ011>014-023-089-PAZ001>003-121000-
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
937 PM EST MON NOV 11 1996

THE WINTER STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW CONTINUES THROUGH TUESDAY
FOR CUYAHOGA...LAKE...GEAUGA...ASHTABULA AND NORTHERN TRUMBULL COUNTIES
IN OHIO AND FOR ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.

BANDS OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW CONTINUE TO FORM OVER LAKE ERIE AND SPREAD
INLAND OVER EXTREME NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.  IN SOME
LOCATIONS THE SNOW IS FALLING HEAVILY AT THE RATE OF 1 TO 2 INCHES AN
HOUR.  WHERE THE HEAVIER BANDS PERSIST...ACCUMULATIONS TONIGHT COULD
APPROACH 16 INCHES BY DAYBREAK.  THIS WILL BE ON TOP OF THE ONE TO TWO
FEET OF SNOW THAT HAS ALREADY FALLEN OVER MUCH OF THE AREA SINCE
SATURDAY.

AS OF 930 PM...THE HEAVIEST BAND STRETCHED FROM EAST CLEVELAND EASTWARD
ACROSS NORTHERN GEAUGA AND SOUTHERN LAKE COUNTIES INTO ASHTABULA. 
POLICE IN CHARDON REPORT SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW HAS FALLEN SINCE 8 PM
AND IT CONTINUES TO SNOW HEAVILY AND THERE HAS ALSO BEEN SEVERAL REPORTS
OF THUNDER THROUGHOUT NORTHERN CUYAHOGA COUNTY.

THE HEAVIER BANDS OF SNOW WILL CAUSE NEAR WHITE-OUT CONDITIONS WITH
VISIBILITIES NEAR ZERO AT TIMES.  MANY ROADS ARE SNOW COVERED AND ICY
LEADING TO VERY DANGEROUS DRIVING CONDITIONS...THEREFORE DRIVING SHOULD
BE POSTPONED IF POSSIBLE.

THE LAKE EFFECT SNOWS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH MUCH OF TUESDAY AND THEN
BEGIN TO TAPER OFF TUESDAY NIGHT TO ONLY SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS BY LATE
TUESDAY NIGHT.  

PEOPLE IN THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING AREA SHOULD STAY ON TOP OF THIS
DANGEROUS WEATHER SITUATION AND STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO FOR THE
LATEST STATEMENTS AND WARNINGS.

ADAMS


Cleveland, OH Nov 12, 1996 11:34pm EST

LAKE EFFECT PROJECT SNOW SPOTTER NETWORK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND, OH
1134 AM EST TUE NOV 12 1996

NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA

                       NEW   PERIOD  STORM  STORM      ON
LOCATION      COUNTY   SNOW  (HRS)   TOTAL DURATION  GROUND  WEATHER
====================================================================
NEWBURY       GEAUGA    13.0                           18
NORTH ROYALTO CUYAHOGA  12.0                           20
BURTON        GEAUGA    12.0                           24
CHARDON       GEAUGA    11.0                           33
CHESTERLAND   GEAUGA    11.0                           26
CORRY         ERIE      11.0   14                      15
UNION CITY    ERIE      10.5                           13
ANDOVER 2 NE  ASHTABULA 10.0                           15
UNION CITY    ERIE      10.0                           17
CORRY         ERIE      9.5                            14
UNION CITY    ERIE      9.5                            17
MEADVILLE     CRAWFORD  9.5                            10
CAMBRIDGE SPR CRAWFORD  8.8                            17    -SN
PIERPONT      ASHTABULA 8.3                            18
ORWELL        ASHTABULA 8.0                            18
NORTH ROYALTO CUYAHOGA  7.6                            17
EDINBORO      ERIE      7.5                            21
CRANESVILLE   ERIE      7.5                            17
SHAKER HEIGHT CUYAHOGA  7.0                            28
CHARDON       GEAUGA    7.0                            36
CORRY         ERIE      7.0                            21
UNION CITY    ERIE      7.0                            14
SPRINGBORO    CRAWFORD  6.8                            15
HIGHLAND HEIG CUYAHOGA  6.6                            22
JEFFERSON     ASHTABULA 6.5                            16
PEPPER PIKE   CUYAHOGA  6.4                            24
RUSSEL TOWNSH GEAUGA    6.0                            26
CRANESVILLE   ERIE      6.0                            16    +SN
OLMSTED FALLS CUYAHOGA  6.0                             6
THOMPSON      GEAUGA    6.0                            23
BRECKSVILLE   CUYAHOGA  6.0                            13
SPARTANSBURG  CRAWFORD  5.0                             9
MESOPOTAMIA   TRUMBULL  5.0                            10
GENEVA 2 S    ASHTABULA 4.5    24                      17
ELYRIA 3 E    LORAIN    4.1                             4
OLD BROOKLYN  CUYAHOGA  4.0                            12
GARFIELD HEIG CUYAHOGA  3.0                            17
CHARDON       GEAUGA    3.0                            31
ASHTABULA     ASHTABULA 3.0                            23
BEDFORD       CUYAHOGA  3.0                            17
WATERFORD     ERIE      2.5                            14
PAINESVILLE   LAKE      2                              11
PERRY         LAKE      2.0                            16
NORTH EAST    ERIE      1.2                            18
FAIRVIEW      ERIE      1.1    24                      15
HINCKLEY      MEDINA    1.0                             4
WEST SPRINGFI ERIE      1.0                            15
MASURY        TRUMBULL  0.6                             1
OLMSTED TOWNS CUYAHOGA  0.0                             7
LAGRANGE      LORAIN    T                               T
ASHLAND 2 SW  ASHLAND   0.0                             1
RUGGLES 2 NE  ASHLAND   0.0                             2
CHIPPEWA LAKE MEDINA    0.0                             2

LATE REPORTING SITES...
                       NEW   PERIOD  STORM  STORM      ON
LOCATION      COUNTY   SNOW  (HRS)   TOTAL DURATION  GROUND  WEATHER
====================================================================
KIRTLAND      LAKE      13.0                           24
MEADVILLE     CRAWFORD  10.5                           19
EDINBORO      ERIE       8.0                           13
MAYFIELD HEIG CUYAHOGA   6.5                           31
GUYS MILLS    CRAWFORD   6.0                            9
WILLIAMSFIELD ASHTABULA  4.6                           18
SOLON         CUYAHOGA   4.0    24                     14
GENEVA        ASHTABULA  3.5                           17
TWINSBURG     SUMMIT     3.0                           15
CONNEAUT      ASHTABULA  2.5                           14


SNOW DEPTH IS ROUNDED TO THE WHOLE INCH.
TRACE SNOW DEPTH IS LESS THAN 0.5 INCH.

TERRY


Cleveland, OH Nov 12, 1996 3:58pm EST


096 
ABUS30 KCLE 122100    
SWSOH 

AFTERNOON OHIO WEATHER STORY               
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
358 PM EST TUE NOV 12 1996

LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE SNOWBELT TONIGHT AND
WEDNESDAY...WHILE ALL OF OHIO MAY SEE SNOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY.

SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS CONTINUED ACROSS THE SNOWBELT OF NORTHEAST
OHIO TODAY...WITH SOME LOCATIONS PICKING UP ANOTHER 4 INCHES.  IN
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS...AN EASTERN SUBURB OF CLEVELAND...43 INCHES OF SNOW
HAS FALLEN SINCE NOON ON SATURDAY.  

WITH A CONTINUED COLD FLOW OVER LAKE ERIE...SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS
CAN AGAIN BE EXPECTED TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY...THOUGH THE SNOW SHOULD
TAPER OFF BY LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING.  ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF
6 TO 12 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE BY NOON WEDNESDAY.  THUS...A WINTER
STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR TONIGHT AND
WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR LORAIN...CUYAHOGA...LAKE...GEAUGA...ASHTABULA AND
TRUMBULL COUNTIES.

AWAY FROM LAKE ERIE...SKIES WILL BE MOSTLY CLEAR TONIGHT.  CLOUDINESS
WILL THEN BE ON THE INCREASE ON WEDNESDAY.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE PRIMARILY IN THE 15 TO 20 DEGREE RANGE...WITH
READINGS ALONG THE LAKESHORE BEING JUST A COUPLE OF DEGREES WARMER.
HIGHS ON WEDNESDAY WILL BE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S.
  
A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL PUSH ACROSS THE LOWER GREAT LAKES AND OHIO
VALLEY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY...BRINGING SNOW TO THE ENTIRE STATE. 
THE SNOW MAY BE HEAVY OVER NORTHEAST OHIO...SO A WINTER STORM WATCH HAS
BEEN ISSUED FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY FOR MUCH OF NORTHEAST OHIO. 
HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL AGAIN BE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S. 

BARJENBRUCH


Cleveland, OH Nov 12, 1996 3:58pm EST


040 
WWUS46 KCLE 122055
WSWCLE
OHZ010>014-020>023-089-PAZ001>003-150000-
WINTER STORM WARNING/WINTER STORM WATCH/
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
355 PM EST TUE NOV 12 1996

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS EXTENDED THE WINTER STORM WARNING FOR
LAKE EFFECT SNOW FOR TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR NORTHEAST
OHIO...AND FOR ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA. IT
INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES.

IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA                CUYAHOGA                 GEAUGA
LAKE                     LORAIN                   TRUMBULL
  
IN PENNSYLVANIA:

CRAWFORD                 ERIE


A MAJOR   LAKE EFFECT SNOW EVENT WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
MORNING AS COLD AIR CONTINUES TO FLOW ACROSS LAKE ERIE. AROUND 5 TO 10
INCHES OF SNOW COULD FALL IN THE HEAVIER SNOW SQUALLS TONIGHT AND
WEDNESDAY MORNING IN THE WARNING AREA. 
    
IN LORAIN COUNTY MAINLY THE FAR NORTHERN PORTION OF THE AREA...NEAR THE
CITIES OF LORAIN AND AVON...WOULD BE AFFECTED. IN TRUMBULL COUNTY ANY
HEAVY SNOW SHOULD BE LIMITTED TO THE NORTHERN AREAS...NORTH OF WARREN.

THIS CONTINUES TO BE A DANGEROUS WINTER STORM. VISIBILITIES WILL BE
NEAR ZERO AT TIMES IN THE HEAVIER SNOW BANDS. POOR VISIBILITIES AND THE
HEAVY ACCUMULATION OF SNOW WILL MAKE TRAVEL EXTREMELY
DIFFICULT...ESPECIALLY IN THE AREAS THAT HAVE RECEIVED HEAVY SNOWS THE
LAST COUPLE OF DAYS.


A WINTER STORM WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY
FOR A SOMEWHAT LARGER AREA OF NORTHEAST OHIO...AS WELL AS ERIE AND
CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA.

IT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES:

IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA                CUYAHOGA                 GEAUGA
LAKE                     LORAIN                   MEDINA


Cleveland, OH Nov 13, 1996 5:55 pm EST


436 
ABUS30 KCLE 141053
SWSOH 

EARLY MORNING OHIO WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
555 AM EST THU NOV 14 1996

ONE MORE DAY OF LAKE EFFECT SNOWS CAN BE EXPECTED FOR NOTHEAST OHIO

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL CONTINUE THROUGH TODAY
FOR PARTS OF NORTHEAST OHIO.  SOME LOCATIONS BY THIS AFTERNOON COULD
RECEIVE UP 8 INCHES OF ADDITIONAL SNOW.

MANY LOCATIONS HAVE RECEIVED FRON OVER TWO FEET OF SNOW TO JUST UNDER
FOUR FEET OF SNOW SINCE SATURDAY. AS OF 10 PM ...THE HIGHEST SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS INCLUDED...CHARDON IN GEAUGA COUNTY WITH 40 INCHES ON THE
GROUND...PERRY IN LAKE COUNTY WITH 28 INCHES ON THE GROUND...SHAKER
HEIGHTS IN CUYAHOGA COUNTY WITH 27 INCHES ON THE GROUND AND ASHTABULA IN
ASHTABULA COUNTY WITH 27 INCHES. BY MORNING...LOCATIONS UNDER THE
HEAVIER SNOW SQUALLS CAN EXPECT TO HAVE UP TO THREE FEET OF SNOW ON
GROUND WITH THE HEAVIEST HIT AREAS IN GEAUGA AND LAKE COUNTIES WILL SEE
BETWEEN 3 AND 4 FEET ON THE GROUND.
HIGH PRESSURE...OVER THE UPPER MIDWEST...WILL MOVE JUST TO THE NORTH OF
THE REGION.  WITH THIS HIGH OFF TO OUR NORTHEAST BY LATE TONIGHT...THE
WINDS WILL SHIFT FROM THE WEST TO THE EAST AND NORTHEAST.  THIS CHANGE
IN THE FLOW WILL END THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW MACHINE.  THIS HIGH WILL ALSO
CLEAR THE SKIES OUT AND DRY OUT THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE OVER THE
NEXT TWO DAYS.  THIS WILL BE A SLOW PROCESS AS CLOUDS AND FLURRIES WILL
LINGER ACROSS THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE STATE DURING THE MORNING
HOURS.  BY FRIDAY...HIGH CLOUDS WILL BEGIN TO INCREASE AGAIN...AS THE
NEXT SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM THE WEST.

HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 20 TO THE MID 30S FOR TODAY.
TONIGHT...LOWS WILL DROP INTO THE 15 TO 25 DEGREE RANGE.  ON
FRIDAY...HIGHS WILL WARM INTO THE UPPER 30S AND LOWER 40S. LOWS ON
FRIDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 20 TO THE LOWER 30S.

KELLS


Cleveland, OH Nov 13, 1996 4:25pm EST


392 
WWUS46 KCLE 130948
WSWCLE
OHZ011>014-021>023-089-PAZ001>003-140000-
BULLETIN...IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
WINTER STORM WARNING/WINTER STORM WATCH/
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
425 AM EST WED NOV 13 1996

A WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT THIS MORNING FOR THE FOLLOWING
COUNTIES:     

IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA INLAND         CUYAHOGA                 GEAUGA
LAKE                     TRUMBULL

IN PENNSYLVANIA:

CRAWFORD PA              ERIE LAKESHORE           S. ERIE


IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA LAKESHORE


THE WINTER STORM WARNING FOR THIS MORNING IN LORAIN COUNTY HAS BEEN
CANCELLED.  

A DANGEROUS AND MAJOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW EVENT CONTINUES ACROSS THE
CLEVELAND AREA AND THE SNOWBELT REGIONS OF NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA. 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUES TO SHOW A BAND OF LAKE
EFFECT SNOW EXTENDING FROM NORTHERN LORAIN COUNTY EAST TO NORTHEAST
CUYAHOGA COUNTY...LAKE...GEAUGA...NORTHERN TRUMBULL...ASHTABULA AND
ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA.  THE HEAVIEST SNOW HAS BEEN
FALLING OVER SOUTHERN LAKE COUNTY...GEAUGA COUNTY...ASHTABULA
COUNTY...NORTHERN TRUMBULL COUNTY AND ERIE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. AMOUNTS
BETWEEN 3 AND 10 INCHES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN THESE AREAS OVERNIGHT.  


THE SNOW BAND IS EXPECTED TO REMAIN NEARLY STATIONARY OR DRIFT A BIT TO
THE SOUTH DURING THE MORNING...WHICH MAY BRING ADDTIONAL SNOW THROUGH
EASTERN AND SOUTHERN CUYAHOGA COUNTY.  THE WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO VEER
JUST SOUTH OF WEST THIS AFTERNOON WHICH WILL LIFT THE SNOW BAND FURTHER
NORTH AND DECREASING THE SNOWFALL.  THE SNOW SHOWERS WILL BECOME MORE
SCATTERED IN NATURE THIS AFTERNOON AND TAPER TO FLURRIES.  

OVER LORAIN COUNTY...SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OVER THE PAST SEVERAL HOURS HAVE
BEEN DECREASING.  AN ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL OF 1 TO 3 INCHES IS POSSIBLE
IN NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY TODAY...WITH AROUND AN INCH
ELSEWHERE. 

REDUCED VISIBILITIES TO NEAR-ZERO AND SLIPPERY AS WELL AS SNOW COVERED
ROADWAYS REMAIN A POSSIBILITY THROUGHOUT THE WARNING AREA THIS MORNING.
AREAS SUCH AS CHARDON IN GEAUGA COUNTY HAVE OVER 3 FEET OF SNOW ON THE
GROUND.  2 TO 3 FEET OF SNOW IS ON THE GROUND ACROSS EASTERN
CUYAHOGA...LAKE AND ASHTABULA COUNTIES.  1 TO 2 FOOT AMOUNTS ARE ON THE
GROUND IN ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA.  


A WINTER STORM WATCH IS ALSO IN EFFECT FOR TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES: 

IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA INLAND         CUYAHOGA                 GEAUGA
LAKE                     PORTAGE                  SUMMIT
TRUMBULL

IN PENNSYLVANIA:

CRAWFORD PA              ERIE LAKESHORE           S. ERIE


IN OHIO:

ASHTABULA LAKESHORE


A WEATHER SYSTEM ALOFT MOVING EAST FROM LAKE SUPERIOR WILL REACH
WESTERN LAKE ERIE THURSDAY MORNING.  THIS SYSTEM WILL ACT TO ENHANCE
LINGERING LAKE EFFECT ACTIVITY ACROSS NORTHEAST OHIO AND ERIE/CRAWFORD
COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA.  SNOW WILL REDEVELOP TONIGHT AND CONTINUE ON
THURSDAY AND BE HEAVY AT TIMES LEADING TO ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT
ACCUMULATIONS.  


MILLER


Cleveland, OH Nov 14, 1996 6:50am EST

WWUS35 KCLE 141150
SPSCLE
OHZ011>014-020>023-089-PAZ001>003-150000-
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
650 AM EST THU NOV 14 1996

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW CONTINUES IN EFFECT FOR
TODAY FOR CUYAHOGA...LAKE...GEAUGA...AND ASHTABULA COUNTIES IN OHIO...
AND ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA. A WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW CONTINUES FOR TODAY FOR MEDINA...
SUMMIT...PORTAGE AND TRUMBULL COUNTIES IN NORTHEAST OHIO.

LAKE EFFECT SNOW CONTINUED OVER NORTHEAST OHIO AND NORTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA THROUGH THE NIGHT LAST NIGHT WITH THE GREATEST AMOUNTS
CONFINED TO WITHIN A FEW MILES OF THE LAKE. LAKE COUNTY OHIO HAD THE
LARGEST ACCUMULATIONS WITH NEW SNOW OVERNIGHT RANGING FROM 4 IN MADISON
TO 10 TO 12 INCHES AT CONCORD. IN GEAUGA COUNTY NEW SNOW RANGED FROM AN
INCH IN SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE COUNTY TO 4 TO 7 INCHES IN THE NORTHEAST
AT CHESTERLAND. ONE TO 4 INCHES FELL OVER PARTS OF ASHTABULA COUNTY IN
OHIO AND ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES PENNSYLVANIA.

THE LAKE EFFECT SNOWS WILL CONTINUE THIS MORNING. SOME INTENSIFICATION
IS LIKELY AS A WEAK DISTURBANCE MOVES ACROSS THE AREA. AS THIS
DISTURBANCE MOVES TO THE EAST OF THE AREA THE LAKE SNOW WILL LIKELY
MOVE FARTHER INLAND AS WINDS SWING AROUND MORE TOWARD THE NORTH.
ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATIONS OVER THE WARNING AREA COULD REACH 3 TO 6
INCHES AND IN THE ADVISORY AREA 2 TO 4 INCHES BEFORE TAPERING TO
FLURRIES THIS AFTERNOON. 

THE HEAVIER SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES AT TIMES
TO NEAR ZERO...AND WITH ROADWAYS ALREADY SNOW COVERED AND HAZARDOUS IN
SOME AREA DRIVING CONDITIONS COULD BE TREACHEROUS. SLOW DOWN AND DRIVE
DEFENSIVELY. 

VRCEK


Cleveland, OH Nov 14, 1996 11:00am EST

WWUS46 KCLE 141545
WSWCLE
OHZ011>014-020>023-089-PAZ001>003-150000-
WINTER STORM WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
1100 AM EST THU NOV 14 1996

THE WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR MEDINA COUNTY HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

FLURRIES WILL OCCUR OVER MEDINA COUNTY THIS AFTERNOON BUT LITTLE IF ANY
SNOW ACCUMUATION SHOULD OCCUR THERE.

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR LAKE EFFECT SNOW CONTINUES FOR THIS
AFTERNOON... FOR EASTERN CUYAHOGA...LAKE...GEAUGA AND ASHTABULA
COUNTIES IN OHIO...AND FOR ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA.

SNOW SHOWERS ARE LIKEY IN THIS AREA AND LOCAL ACCUMULATIONS OF 3 TO 6
INCHES COULD OCCUR DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS FROM CLEVELANDS EASTERN
SUBURBS...EASTWARD INTO ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES IN NORTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA.

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR LAKE EFFECTS SNOWS CONTINUES FOR THE
NORTHERN PORTIONS OF SUMMIT...PORTAGE AND TRUMBULL COUNTIES IN OHIO.
SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WILL OCCUR. LOCAL ACCUMULATIONS OF 2 TO 4 INCHES
OF SNOW MAY FALL OVER THE NORTHERN SECTIONS OF THE COUNTIES...NORTH
AKRON...RAVENNA AND WARREN...WITH LITTLE IF ANY OCCURING IN THE SOUTH.

THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS WILL DIMINISH THIS LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND
SHOULD COME TO END THIS EVENING.

Selected text from the National Weather Services in Cleveland, OH and Marquette, MI.



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