Significant synoptic wind event can once again occur with the passage of this upcoming system on WED afternoon and evening. The low deepens rapidly during a 18hr timeframe... With the 989mb surface low pressure being over the US/Canada border according to NAM (near the U.P. of MI) by 18z WED and then pushing about a 150 miles to the east by 0z THUR (with the GFS being nearly identical, except the NAM deepens the low by about 2-3 more millibars). NAM also shows a nice 850mb jet of >50kts in a region of CAA covering all of MI. Depending on how much winds can mix down to the surface through daytime heating, this could become another classic "witch of November" wind event tomorrow. If the dry air can indeed get rid of cloud cover behind the front to get better insolation, I would expect to see sfc wind gusts in the 55-70MPH range across the state of MI tomorrow afternoon and evening.