Big travel troubles in Northwest Indiana

michiganWednesday is the busiest travel day of the whole year. If you’re traveling west or south, you’ve got no problems weather-wise! However, if you get north of Green Bay, into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, be aware of snow-covered roads thanks to lake-effect snow. Generally less than two inches means you’ll be able to navigate it safely. Just slow down and pay attention!

indianaRoads and highways in Northwestern Indiana will be more problematic. Watch out if your travels take you past Chicago toward Grand Rapids, Holland, Kalamazoo, or South Bend. I-80, I-90, and I-94 will be affected. The wind will have a full-fetch effect, blowing the entire length of Lake Michigan. Lake Effect Snow Warnings are out for 12 inches of quick-falling snow in La Porte County, IN. Click here for the latest on these warnings.

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This post was written by qni_it on November 26, 2013

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