Low pressure is really wrapping up over the Great Lakes region this morning. Talk about fresh water fury…
A byproduct of such strong low pressure is evident in the expansive wind advisories and high wind warnings today (brown shading). Local wind gusts to 45-50 MPH can be expected today.
The associated strong southerly flow aided in the moisture connection north Sunday and local thunderstorms continue to impact portions of central Indiana as of this writing. Widespread 1-1.5″ rainfall fell across the region with embedded 2″ amounts.
Temperatures will crash from spring-like balmy readings this morning back to winter for the drive home.
As the associated cold front presses east, colder air will penetrate south and east for Thanksgiving week.
Backlash snows will impact the Great Lakes region. Scattered snow showers or flurries are possible here tonight, but with no accumulation.