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National Weather Service Outlook for Monday December 2 for Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis and Michiana

National Weather Outlook

Milwaukee

Partly cloudy this morning but clouds will clear by the afternoon. A few passing systems to the north will keep skies party cloudy through Thursday. Highs stay in the low to mid 30s today but warm into the mid to upper 30s through the week.
Partly cloudy this morning but clouds will clear by the afternoon. A few passing systems to the north will keep skies party cloudy through Thursday. Highs stay in the low to mid 30s today but warm into the mid to upper 30s through the week.
Milwaukee Live Radar

Chicago

Some light to occasionally moderate lake effect snow is expected this morning. Expect pockets of pockets of varying and reduced visibilities in any more moderate snowfall early this morning. Temperatures will remain above freezing, but be cautious with any reduced visibilities or on wet roadways.
Strong and gusty north to northwest winds will once again build waves across parts of the Illinois and especially Indiana shoreline this evening and overnight. A Lakeshore Flood Warning is in effect for Cook, Lake (IN), and Porter Counties, while a Lakeshore Flood Advisory is in effect for Lake County Illinois. Be alert for rising water and avoid flood prone areas along the lakeshore tonight!
After lingering snow departs the region this morning, dry and seasonable conditions are expected to prevail this week, although periods of increased cloud cover are expected, especially on Tuesday morning and afternoon.
Chicago Radar

Indianapolis

Look for cloudy skies with some drizzle today. Dry, seasonable weather is expected for much of the work week, with the next threat for any precipitation not coming until Thursday night. #inwx
Indianapolis Radar

Michiana

Look for cloudy skies with some drizzle today. Dry, seasonable weather is expected for much of the work week, with the next threat for any precipitation not coming until Thursday night. #inwx
Hazardous conditions continue on Lake Michigan with waves of 5 to 8 feet expected throughout the day with light lake effect rain/snow. This will also result in flooding of immediate lakeshore area. Tonight waves will be on the decline and are expected to drop into the 2 to 4 feet range just after midnight.
Michiana Radar


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