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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Salt Lake City UT
858 PM MDT TUE JUN 14 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A cold Pacific storm system will remain over the
Pacific Northwest through the balance of the week. Warm, windy and
dry conditions will exist across much of the region through the
end of the week.

&&

.DISCUSSION...
Water Vapor loop shows an expansive closed low along the British
Columbia coast. AMDAR 400-200MB wind observations place a
cyclonic 90-120kt jet from Oregon into the Northern Rockies.
GOES/HRRR/00Z KSLC RAOB indicate the precipitable water value
ranges from 0.15"-0.25" eastern and southern mountains to
0.55"-0.85" northwest valleys.

Based on the depth of the inverted-v on the 00Z RAOB, lack of
precipitation observations, and almost nil QPF advertised by HRRR,
local and NCEP WRF models, have decided to remove almost all
mentionable PoPs across the region.

Copious clouds have developed on the jet axis which should
gradually lift to the northwest as a strong wave pivots from the
Pacific Northwest into western Canada overnight.

Utilized high resolution guidance for winds which had a much
better handle on the northerly flow across the northern portion of
the forecast area...and raised winds in the higher terrain
overnight.

Otherwise made an update to the temperature/rh/dewpoint diurnal
curve based on latest observations and guidance.

&&

.PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...
The deep and unseasonably cold upper trough will remain parked
over/near the Pacific Northwest through the end of the week. The
strong, warm and generally dry south- southwest flow aloft to the
east of the Pacific Northwest feature will cover much of the
eastern Great Basin through the balance of the week.

Daytime heating and residual moisture have combined to generate an
extensive area of mostly shallow convective cloud cover across the
northern half of Utah this afternoon. Modestly deeper convection
appears to have formed along a mid-level confluence zone extending
from west-central Utah into southwest Wyoming. An apparent
shortwave moving into the confluence zone has supplied the
necessary lift for isolated light showers, with the potential for
a thunderstorm across far northern Utah/southwest Wyoming through
this evening.

Wind will be the main issue for Wednesday. Shortwaves rotating
around the Pacific Northwest trough will gradually nudge a weak
baroclinic zone into far northwest Utah late Wednesday afternoon
or evening. The approach of the baroclinic zone combined with
increasingly strong southwest flow aloft and good mixing will
create strong southerly surface winds late Wednesday morning
through Wednesday evening. The western valleys will experience the
strongest winds, with speeds generally at the high end of
advisory-level criteria. Have issued a wind advisory for the
western valleys to cover the late morning through evening time
frame Wednesday.

The baroclinic zone will remain over far northwest Utah into
Thursday. Not looking at any significant convergence into this
boundary, so will keep the chance at convective precip minimal at
this time. Windy conditions will persist across much of the state,
though with somewhat weaker winds aloft the chance for high winds
will be reduced from Wednesday.

Gradual strengthening of the upper ridge over the southern
Rockies/southern plains will eventual push the northwest Utah
baroclinic back to north of the state on Friday. Dry, breezy and
warm conditions will cover the entire forecast to end the week.

Upper level ridging will set up across the West this weekend,
bringing a dry and very warm pattern to the CWA from Sunday onward
into early next week. Ridging starts to break down later next week
in the global model guidance...which may be the next opportunity
for any precipitation.

&&

.AVIATION...Northerly winds as of this writing at the KSLC
terminal. Have opted to push back the onset to SE drainage to 05z.
However there is a 40% chance that Northwest flow from Idaho
either turns the winds back to the NW, or flow is light/variable
until sunrise. Mid and high clouds streaming in from the West
this evening will erode overnight.

&&

.FIRE WEATHER...Warm, windy and dry conditions will exist over the
eastern Great Basin to the east of the Pacific Northwest trough
through the end of the week. Will not be issuing fire weather
highlights at this time, even though strong southerly winds and
low humidities will easily exceed criteria for fire weather
highlight Wednesday/Thursday. Fine fuels are curing quickly across
west-central and southwest Utah, with heavier fuels remaining
somewhat moist. This lack of support from drier heavier fuels will
preclude the need for fire weather highlights at this time.

.SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories...
UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM to 10 PM MDT Wednesday for UTZ003>005-
     015-016.

WY...None.
&&

.SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories...
UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM to 10 PM MDT Wednesday for UTZ003>005-
     015-016.

WY...None.
&&

$$

PUBLIC...ROGOWSKI/CONGER/KRUSE
AVIATION...ROGOWSKI
FIRE WEATHER...CONGER

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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Salt Lake City UT
858 PM MDT TUE JUN 14 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A cold Pacific storm system will remain over the
Pacific Northwest through the balance of the week. Warm, windy and
dry conditions will exist across much of the region through the
end of the week.

&&

.DISCUSSION...
Water Vapor loop shows an expansive closed low along the British
Columbia coast. AMDAR 400-200MB wind observations place a
cyclonic 90-120kt jet from Oregon into the Northern Rockies.
GOES/HRRR/00Z KSLC RAOB indicate the precipitable water value
ranges from 0.15"-0.25" eastern and southern mountains to
0.55"-0.85" northwest valleys.

Based on the depth of the inverted-v on the 00Z RAOB, lack of
precipitation observations, and almost nil QPF advertised by HRRR,
local and NCEP WRF models, have decided to remove almost all
mentionable PoPs across the region.

Copious clouds have developed on the jet axis which should
gradually lift to the northwest as a strong wave pivots from the
Pacific Northwest into western Canada overnight.

Utilized high resolution guidance for winds which had a much
better handle on the northerly flow across the northern portion of
the forecast area...and raised winds in the higher terrain
overnight.

Otherwise made an update to the temperature/rh/dewpoint diurnal
curve based on latest observations and guidance.

&&

.PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...
The deep and unseasonably cold upper trough will remain parked
over/near the Pacific Northwest through the end of the week. The
strong, warm and generally dry south- southwest flow aloft to the
east of the Pacific Northwest feature will cover much of the
eastern Great Basin through the balance of the week.

Daytime heating and residual moisture have combined to generate an
extensive area of mostly shallow convective cloud cover across the
northern half of Utah this afternoon. Modestly deeper convection
appears to have formed along a mid-level confluence zone extending
from west-central Utah into southwest Wyoming. An apparent
shortwave moving into the confluence zone has supplied the
necessary lift for isolated light showers, with the potential for
a thunderstorm across far northern Utah/southwest Wyoming through
this evening.

Wind will be the main issue for Wednesday. Shortwaves rotating
around the Pacific Northwest trough will gradually nudge a weak
baroclinic zone into far northwest Utah late Wednesday afternoon
or evening. The approach of the baroclinic zone combined with
increasingly strong southwest flow aloft and good mixing will
create strong southerly surface winds late Wednesday morning
through Wednesday evening. The western valleys will experience the
strongest winds, with speeds generally at the high end of
advisory-level criteria. Have issued a wind advisory for the
western valleys to cover the late morning through evening time
frame Wednesday.

The baroclinic zone will remain over far northwest Utah into
Thursday. Not looking at any significant convergence into this
boundary, so will keep the chance at convective precip minimal at
this time. Windy conditions will persist across much of the state,
though with somewhat weaker winds aloft the chance for high winds
will be reduced from Wednesday.

Gradual strengthening of the upper ridge over the southern
Rockies/southern plains will eventual push the northwest Utah
baroclinic back to north of the state on Friday. Dry, breezy and
warm conditions will cover the entire forecast to end the week.

Upper level ridging will set up across the West this weekend,
bringing a dry and very warm pattern to the CWA from Sunday onward
into early next week. Ridging starts to break down later next week
in the global model guidance...which may be the next opportunity
for any precipitation.

&&

.AVIATION...Northerly winds as of this writing at the KSLC
terminal. Have opted to push back the onset to SE drainage to 05z.
However there is a 40% chance that Northwest flow from Idaho
either turns the winds back to the NW, or flow is light/variable
until sunrise. Mid and high clouds streaming in from the West
this evening will erode overnight.

&&

.FIRE WEATHER...Warm, windy and dry conditions will exist over the
eastern Great Basin to the east of the Pacific Northwest trough
through the end of the week. Will not be issuing fire weather
highlights at this time, even though strong southerly winds and
low humidities will easily exceed criteria for fire weather
highlight Wednesday/Thursday. Fine fuels are curing quickly across
west-central and southwest Utah, with heavier fuels remaining
somewhat moist. This lack of support from drier heavier fuels will
preclude the need for fire weather highlights at this time.

.SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories...
UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM to 10 PM MDT Wednesday for UTZ003>005-
     015-016.

WY...None.
&&

.SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories...
UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM to 10 PM MDT Wednesday for UTZ003>005-
     015-016.

WY...None.
&&

$$

PUBLIC...ROGOWSKI/CONGER/KRUSE
AVIATION...ROGOWSKI
FIRE WEATHER...CONGER

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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Salt Lake City UT
511 AM MDT WED JUN 15 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A cold Pacific storm system will remain over the
Pacific Northwest through the balance of the week. Warm, windy and
dry conditions will exist across much of the region through the
end of the week.

&&

.SHORT TERM (Through 18z Saturday)...The large-scale pattern across
the western CONUS this morning consists of a mean longwave trough
over the PacNW while a dry southwesterly flow remains in place over
Utah. This large-scale pattern will persist through the latter part
of the week, although a series of weak shortwave disturbances
embedded within the longwave trough will continue to lift across
Idaho and Montana.

One such shortwave lifted across northwest Montana last evening and
pushed a shallow cold front into northwest Utah. This boundary
remains draped across the south end of the GSL and into the west
deserts this morning. Meanwhile, the next weak disturbance is
currently rotating towards the northern California coast. This will
cause the pattern to amplify with southwesterly flow increasing over
Utah today. As a result, the cold front will retreat back to the
northwest. With the cold front strengthening upstream ahead of the
aforementioned upper disturbance, the surface pressure gradient will
tighten, and combined with H7 winds of 40kt across western Utah and
good mixing, strong gusty winds are expected, especially across the
western valleys where a wind advisory remains in place.

The cold front will push across northwest Utah late this evening and
should advance a bit farther south than the front over the area this
morning. This front is expected to be dry given the weak upper
support and lack of deep moisture. The cold front will linger across
northwest Utah into tomorrow afternoon so expect max temperatures
there to drop several degrees compared to this afternoon. Meanwhile,
breezy southwest winds will continue south of the cold front
tomorrow. The front will lift back to the northwest tomorrow
evening. Southwest winds will overspread the area once again on
Friday and may be locally breezy especially in the western valleys.

.LONG TERM (After 18z Saturday)...A dry southwesterly flow aloft
will continue to remain entrenched across the eastern Great Basin
this next weekend into early next week. High pressure will bulge
northwest out of the desert southwest beginning Sunday, this driving
a marked warming trend to the already warm airmass in place.
Continue to forecast max temps in the 10-15+ range above climo
Sunday on, with the most anomalous values across the southeastern
portions of the forecast area.

&&

.AVIATION...Winds at the SLC terminal are expected to switch
to southerly after 12-13z and are expected to become increasingly
gusty today, with gusts exceeding 30 mph expected in the 18-02z
window. A 30 percent chance exists that gusts this strong will occur
as early as 16z. A shallow and dry cold front is expected to move
through the terminal between 08-11z tomorrow morning. VFR conditions
will be maintained with largely clear skies dominating.

&&

.FIRE WEATHER...A persistent southwesterly flow aloft will remain
in place for the next several days. The approach of a shallow cold
front combined with this flow aloft will drive increasingly strong
and gusty winds today...with strongest speeds expected across the
western valleys and extreme southern portions of the district. This
front will make it to roughly Salt Lake overnight tonight aiding in
a slight uptick of surface RH and a slight cooling of temps. South
of this front bone dry and breezy conditions will continue.

Little change to the pattern expected through the end of the
week...prior to high pressure expanding west into the area late next
weekend into early next week. Winds are expected to dissipate
significantly by that time...but near record temps are once again
expected.

&&

.SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories...
UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM this morning to 10 PM MDT this evening
     for UTZ003>005-015-016.

WY...None.
&&

$$

Cheng/Merrill

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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Salt Lake City UT 511 AM MDT WED JUN 15 2016 .SYNOPSIS...A cold Pacific storm system will remain over the Pacific Northwest through the balance of the week. Warm, windy and dry conditions will exist across much of the region through the end of the week. && .SHORT TERM (Through 18z Saturday)...The large-scale pattern across the western CONUS this morning consists of a mean longwave trough over the PacNW while a dry southwesterly flow remains in place over Utah. This large-scale pattern will persist through the latter part of the week, although a series of weak shortwave disturbances embedded within the longwave trough will continue to lift across Idaho and Montana. One such shortwave lifted across northwest Montana last evening and pushed a shallow cold front into northwest Utah. This boundary remains draped across the south end of the GSL and into the west deserts this morning. Meanwhile, the next weak disturbance is currently rotating towards the northern California coast. This will cause the pattern to amplify with southwesterly flow increasing over Utah today. As a result, the cold front will retreat back to the northwest. With the cold front strengthening upstream ahead of the aforementioned upper disturbance, the surface pressure gradient will tighten, and combined with H7 winds of 40kt across western Utah and good mixing, strong gusty winds are expected, especially across the western valleys where a wind advisory remains in place. The cold front will push across northwest Utah late this evening and should advance a bit farther south than the front over the area this morning. This front is expected to be dry given the weak upper support and lack of deep moisture. The cold front will linger across northwest Utah into tomorrow afternoon so expect max temperatures there to drop several degrees compared to this afternoon. Meanwhile, breezy southwest winds will continue south of the cold front tomorrow. The front will lift back to the northwest tomorrow evening. Southwest winds will overspread the area once again on Friday and may be locally breezy especially in the western valleys. .LONG TERM (After 18z Saturday)...A dry southwesterly flow aloft will continue to remain entrenched across the eastern Great Basin this next weekend into early next week. High pressure will bulge northwest out of the desert southwest beginning Sunday, this driving a marked warming trend to the already warm airmass in place. Continue to forecast max temps in the 10-15+ range above climo Sunday on, with the most anomalous values across the southeastern portions of the forecast area. && .AVIATION...Winds at the SLC terminal are expected to switch to southerly after 12-13z and are expected to become increasingly gusty today, with gusts exceeding 30 mph expected in the 18-02z window. A 30 percent chance exists that gusts this strong will occur as early as 16z. A shallow and dry cold front is expected to move through the terminal between 08-11z tomorrow morning. VFR conditions will be maintained with largely clear skies dominating. && .FIRE WEATHER...A persistent southwesterly flow aloft will remain in place for the next several days. The approach of a shallow cold front combined with this flow aloft will drive increasingly strong and gusty winds today...with strongest speeds expected across the western valleys and extreme southern portions of the district. This front will make it to roughly Salt Lake overnight tonight aiding in a slight uptick of surface RH and a slight cooling of temps. South of this front bone dry and breezy conditions will continue. Little change to the pattern expected through the end of the week...prior to high pressure expanding west into the area late next weekend into early next week. Winds are expected to dissipate significantly by that time...but near record temps are once again expected. && .SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories... UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM this morning to 10 PM MDT this evening for UTZ003>005-015-016. WY...None. && $$ Cheng/Merrill For more information from NOAA`s National Weather Service visit... http://weather.gov/saltlakecity For frequently asked questions about the Area Forecast Discussion visit... http://weather.gov/saltlakecity/general/afd_faqs.php
Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Salt Lake City UT 858 PM MDT TUE JUN 14 2016 .SYNOPSIS...A cold Pacific storm system will remain over the Pacific Northwest through the balance of the week. Warm, windy and dry conditions will exist across much of the region through the end of the week. && .DISCUSSION... Water Vapor loop shows an expansive closed low along the British Columbia coast. AMDAR 400-200MB wind observations place a cyclonic 90-120kt jet from Oregon into the Northern Rockies. GOES/HRRR/00Z KSLC RAOB indicate the precipitable water value ranges from 0.15"-0.25" eastern and southern mountains to 0.55"-0.85" northwest valleys. Based on the depth of the inverted-v on the 00Z RAOB, lack of precipitation observations, and almost nil QPF advertised by HRRR, local and NCEP WRF models, have decided to remove almost all mentionable PoPs across the region. Copious clouds have developed on the jet axis which should gradually lift to the northwest as a strong wave pivots from the Pacific Northwest into western Canada overnight. Utilized high resolution guidance for winds which had a much better handle on the northerly flow across the northern portion of the forecast area...and raised winds in the higher terrain overnight. Otherwise made an update to the temperature/rh/dewpoint diurnal curve based on latest observations and guidance. && .PREVIOUS DISCUSSION... The deep and unseasonably cold upper trough will remain parked over/near the Pacific Northwest through the end of the week. The strong, warm and generally dry south- southwest flow aloft to the east of the Pacific Northwest feature will cover much of the eastern Great Basin through the balance of the week. Daytime heating and residual moisture have combined to generate an extensive area of mostly shallow convective cloud cover across the northern half of Utah this afternoon. Modestly deeper convection appears to have formed along a mid-level confluence zone extending from west-central Utah into southwest Wyoming. An apparent shortwave moving into the confluence zone has supplied the necessary lift for isolated light showers, with the potential for a thunderstorm across far northern Utah/southwest Wyoming through this evening. Wind will be the main issue for Wednesday. Shortwaves rotating around the Pacific Northwest trough will gradually nudge a weak baroclinic zone into far northwest Utah late Wednesday afternoon or evening. The approach of the baroclinic zone combined with increasingly strong southwest flow aloft and good mixing will create strong southerly surface winds late Wednesday morning through Wednesday evening. The western valleys will experience the strongest winds, with speeds generally at the high end of advisory-level criteria. Have issued a wind advisory for the western valleys to cover the late morning through evening time frame Wednesday. The baroclinic zone will remain over far northwest Utah into Thursday. Not looking at any significant convergence into this boundary, so will keep the chance at convective precip minimal at this time. Windy conditions will persist across much of the state, though with somewhat weaker winds aloft the chance for high winds will be reduced from Wednesday. Gradual strengthening of the upper ridge over the southern Rockies/southern plains will eventual push the northwest Utah baroclinic back to north of the state on Friday. Dry, breezy and warm conditions will cover the entire forecast to end the week. Upper level ridging will set up across the West this weekend, bringing a dry and very warm pattern to the CWA from Sunday onward into early next week. Ridging starts to break down later next week in the global model guidance...which may be the next opportunity for any precipitation. && .AVIATION...Northerly winds as of this writing at the KSLC terminal. Have opted to push back the onset to SE drainage to 05z. However there is a 40% chance that Northwest flow from Idaho either turns the winds back to the NW, or flow is light/variable until sunrise. Mid and high clouds streaming in from the West this evening will erode overnight. && .FIRE WEATHER...Warm, windy and dry conditions will exist over the eastern Great Basin to the east of the Pacific Northwest trough through the end of the week. Will not be issuing fire weather highlights at this time, even though strong southerly winds and low humidities will easily exceed criteria for fire weather highlight Wednesday/Thursday. Fine fuels are curing quickly across west-central and southwest Utah, with heavier fuels remaining somewhat moist. This lack of support from drier heavier fuels will preclude the need for fire weather highlights at this time. .SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories... UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM to 10 PM MDT Wednesday for UTZ003>005- 015-016. WY...None. && .SLC Watches/Warnings/Advisories... UT...Wind Advisory from 10 AM to 10 PM MDT Wednesday for UTZ003>005- 015-016. WY...None. && $$ PUBLIC...ROGOWSKI/CONGER/KRUSE AVIATION...ROGOWSKI FIRE WEATHER...CONGER For more information from NOAA`s National Weather Service visit... http://weather.gov/saltlakecity For frequently asked questions about the Area Forecast Discussion visit... http://weather.gov/saltlakecity/general/afd_faqs.php Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Northern Indiana 704 PM EDT WED JUN 15 2016 .SYNOPSIS... Issued at 704 PM EDT Wed Jun 15 2016 Scattered showers and thunderstorms will remain possible through the early evening, mainly along and southeast of US-24. Wind gusts in excess of 40 mph will be possible with the stronger storms. Cooler air will work in later tonight into Thursday behind a cold front which may generate a few showers. Lows tonight will drop into the 60s, with highs on Thursday ranging between the mid 70s and low 80s. Fair weather conditions are then expected Friday into the upcoming weekend as high pressure builds in. && .SHORT TERM...(Today through Thursday night) Issued at 357 PM EDT Wed Jun 15 2016 Near term convective trends will be the main item of interest for the short term period. Cu has become increasingly agitated across the area this morning as influences from shallow morning outflow have diminished. A rather sharp instability gradient exists across the area with 100 mb MLCAPES maximized across southwest portions of the forecast area at 2500 J/KG per SPC mesoanalysis. This seems to correlate fairly well to modified regional AMDAR soundings of comparable instability magnitude early this afternoon. A low amplitude short wave is also impinging on northwest Indiana at current time and should aid in convective initiation over next 1-2 hours. Enhanced westerly flow off lake Michigan appears to have set up a couple of favored enhanced cumulus bands just south of Route 6 corridor which also may grow into isolated-scattered showers and thunderstorms late this afternoon. Not much has changed in terms of nature of severe threat, with moderate to strong instability and weak to moderate shear still pointing toward at least an isolated severe potential in the 20Z-01Z timeframe as aforementioned wave tracks across the area during peak instability. The greatest risk of a severe thunderstorm late afternoon/early evening appears to be generally along and south of the Route 24 corridor. A secondary area of possible concern may need to be monitored for late evening/early portions of overnight as additional clusters of storms are expected to develop across central Wisconsin this afternoon downstream of increasing diffluence with potent upper low/upper jet streak. These storms may evolve into a convective cluster, but still a good deal of uncertainty as to propagation of these storms. With greater MUCAPES likely centered across southern Great Lakes/Ohio Valley, would suspect some concurrent upwind/downwind propagation is possible with potential upstream WI convection this evening. Still possible that far northern locations could be clipped by southern extent of this convection late evening/overnight, with some gusty winds as the main threat. Upper low will shift southeast across the region on Thursday with strongest synoptic forcing across eastern half in the morning, where have maintained low to mid chance PoPs. Otherwise, Thursday will feature increasing northwest winds as cool front track across the area with mainly dry conditions developing across entire CWA in the afternoon. Exception could be across the far east, where some deformation-forced showers could linger into Thursday evening. && .LONG TERM...(Friday through Wednesday) Issued at 357 PM EDT Wed Jun 15 2016 The Friday through Sunday period should feature mainly dry conditions as rather stagnant and amplifying longwave pattern allows sfc high pressure to remain anchored across the region. It still appears as though a stronger upper wave will dampen central CONUS upper ridge early next week driving next cool front southward. Until this time, temperatures will gradually moderate through the weekend with highs back around 90 for Sunday/Monday. The end of the period should feature a transition back to more seasonable temperatures behind this front. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Thursday Evening) Issued at 704 PM EDT Wed Jun 15 2016 Scattered convection along weak sfc convergent axis in the KFWA vicinity should exit btw 00-01z. VFR/mainly dry conditions are expected otherwise tonight as shower/storm activity on eastern flank of a northern WI upper low likely passes north of the terminals overnight. Trailing cold front likely to settle south through KSBN around 09-10z and KFWA toward 11-12z, with IFR to low MVFR post-frontal stratocumulus anticipated in its wake. && .IWX Watches/Warnings/Advisories... IN...Beach Hazards Statement from Thursday morning through late Thursday night for INZ003. MI...Beach Hazards Statement from Thursday morning through late Thursday night for MIZ077. OH...NONE. LM...Small Craft Advisory from 4 AM Thursday to 4 AM EDT Friday for LMZ043-046. && $$ SYNOPSIS...Steinwedel SHORT TERM...Marsili LONG TERM...Marsili AVIATION...Steinwedel Visit us at www.weather.gov/iwx Follow us on Facebook...Twitter...and YouTube at: www.facebook.com/NWSNorthernIndiana www.twitter.com/nwsiwx www.youtube.com/NWSNorthernIndiana