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The snow-covered mitten: NASA explains what you’re seeing

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MICHIGAN — Some recent satellite images of the Great Lakes region that were published by NASA are being accompanied by a fascinating read of what exactly it is you’re looking at.





Going beyond the lake-effect snow we experienced here in West Michigan, NASA goes into great detail about how a recent superstorm from several weeks ago actually set the current weather patterns in motion, including for the on-going snowstorm that has dumped several feet of snow on New York state.

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