Synopsis for Lake Superior
.SYNOPSIS...A 30.1 INCH HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE FROM NEAR JAMES BAY INTO
THE UPPER GREAT LAKES WILL SLIDE SOUTHEAST OF THE AREA LATER TONIGHT
AS A 29.5 INCH LOW PRESSURE APPROACHES FROM NORTHERN ONTARIO. THIS
LOW WILL PUSH A 29.6 INCH TROUGH ACROSS LAKE SUPERIOR BY TUESDAY
AFTERNOON. AS THE TROUGH MOVES EASTWARD TUESDAY NIGHT INTO
WEDNESDAY...30.1 INCH HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD ACROSS MANITOBA AND
FAR NORTHWEST ONTARIO AND THEN INTO THE UPPER GREAT LAKES THURSDAY
INTO FRIDAY. FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY...LOW PRESSURE OF 29.6 INCHES
WILL SLIDE ACROSS CENTRAL CANADA TO NEAR JAMES BAY. THIS WILL PUSH A
29.7 INCH TROUGH ACROSS LAKE SUPERIOR THROUGH THE SAME TIME PERIOD.

Synopsis for Lake Michigan
.SYNOPSIS...A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE AVERAGING 30.1 INCHES
STRETCHING FROM LAKE MICHIGAN TO THE CENTRAL ROCKIES WILL MOVE
SOUTH OF THE LAKE TONIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING. ANOTHER LOW OF
29.6 INCHES WILL MOVE FROM HUDSON BAY TONIGHT TO THE EASTERN GREAT
LAKES WEDNESDAY...WITH A COLD FRONT MOVING SOUTH ACROSS LAKE
MICHIGAN TUESDAY NIGHT. A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE OF 30.1 INCHES
WILL SPAN THE PLAINS AND CANADIAN PRAIRIES WEDNESDAY...AND MOVE
OVER LAKE MICHIGAN FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY.

Synopsis for Lake Huron
.SYNOPSIS...AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE...AVERAGING 30.00 INCHES...WILL
BUILD INTO THE REGION OVERNIGHT INTO TUESDAY. A LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM...AVERAGING 29.50 INCHES...WILL THEN TRACK SOUTHWARD THROUGH
ONTARIO ON TUESDAY. THIS LOW WILL SEND A COLD FRONT THROUGH THE
REGION LATE TUESDAY NIGHT AND WEDNESDAY.

Synopsis for Lake Erie
.SYNOPSIS...HIGH PRESSURE 30.10 INCHES WILL BUILD SOUTH ACROSS
THE GREAT LAKES TONIGHT AND REMAIN IN PLACE THROUGH TUESDAY. A
COLD FRONT WILL PUSH SOUTH ACROSS LAKE ERIE WEDNESDAY WITH A
SECONDARY COLD FRONT MOVING ACROSS THE LAKE THURSDAY. HIGH
PRESSURE 30.00 INCHES FROM CANADA WILL BUILD OVER THE LAKE
FRIDAY.

Synopsis for Lake Ontario
.SYNOPSIS...A WEAK 29.8 INCH LOW WILL BE CENTERED OVER THE MID
ATLANTIC STATES TONIGHT AND TUESDAY...WHILE A 30.1 INCH WILL BE
OVER THE UPPER GREAT LAKES. A 30.0 INCH LOW WILL CROSS THE UPPER
GREAT LAKES TUESDAY NIGHT BEFORE DRIFTING ACROSS THE LOWER LAKES
ON WEDNESDAY. THIS BROAD AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL GRADUALLY MAKE
ITS WAY OFF THE MID ATLANTIC COAST WEDNESDAY NIGHT BEFORE DROPPING
ANCHOR AND REMAINING FAIRLY STATIONARY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.