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Some optimistic news from the meteorologists...

Lake effect snow is on its way to parts of midwest (incl Michigan) and the northeast.

Long-range forecasts now favoring above-normal snow for northern lower peninsula, east coast/appalachia.

A higher frequency of clipper systems is expected for the northern Plains and Midwest compared to what meteorologists were expecting early in the fall.

Clipper systems are fast-moving storms, originating from Alberta, Canada, that carry little moisture. Light to moderate snow usually falls on the northern edge of the clipper system track.
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