By Courtney Spamer – AccuWeather
Conditions in the Great Lakes area will bring the chance for lake-effect snow through the end of the week, threatening low visibility and dangerous travel conditions.
On Wednesday night, a storm exiting New England will bring cool winds over the Great Lakes, sparking the start of several days of lake-effect snow.
Later in the week, arctic air will sweep from Canada over the Great Lakes, sending single-digit temperatures into the Midwest and Northeast in time for Valentine’s Day weekend.
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