Old Man Winter has many storms spent at Midwest until next week

The storms from this weekend will create the end of next week's travel problems, even when the rain comes.

The first storm spreads snow from night back to Saturday night early Monday

The first storm is the weakness of the two but it is probably the biggest snow for many sites. However, because of this, the two are likely to pull the hot air south to long.

"Since the storm last night spent most of the salt away from the roads, the teams might have to make segmented compounds much harder in this vast area of ​​snow forecasting , "according to former scientist Ellu Abrams, AccuWeather.

"The roads and beaches may be more discharged than would normally be expected by light snow at this point of winter and drivers, pedestrians and property owners should Planning accordingly, "said Abrams.

Many snow, 1-3 inches, can fall along the Interstate 70 and I-80 Corridors to create slippery travel from the Plains near the central Atlantic coast.

The snow will cross the north of Rockies on Saturday and will enjoy parts of the Ambassadors on Saturday night.

During Sunday, the snow is expected to be released north of Nebraska, South Dakota, Iowa, southern Minnesota and northern Missouri to central and northern Ohio and in the southern and central parts of the Lower Michigan Peninsula.

Cities that can find light snow are Omaha, Nebraska; Des Moines, Iowa; Chicago; Milwaukee; Indianapolis; Detroit; and Columbus, Ohio; during the second part of this weekend.

A snow mix of snow, rain, freezing, rain and rain, with a shield of inches, from southeast Missouri to River River with a simple rain to the south.

From Sunday to Monday early, it is hoped that the snow will continue to continue to the east, but it can be more narrow in Pennsylvania, in the north of Western Australia, in the north of Maryland, southern series of New York, New Jersey and northern Delaware.

Pittsburgh and Philadelphia could get enough to coat roads. The snow stretches can extend to the north of New York City and the southern coast of England.

The wintry mix will come from Charleston, West Virginia, to Harrisonburg, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Dover, Delaware, and Cape May, New Jersey.

The air could be too dry to allow over flurries to be allowed throughout the Greater Lakes, New York and the rest of New England during the first storm.

The second storm to be stronger, warmer and cut towards Great Lakes

The second storm of the next week is expected to be much stronger, more complicated and that it can go well north in cold air with much precipitation.

"In the Midwest, the second storm will be mostly from Monday to Tuesday afternoon," according to the senior meteorologist AccuWeather, Brett Anderson.

"In the North East, the second storm can start as early as Monday in the Appalachians, but it will be mostly from Tuesday early on Wednesday," Anderson said.

It is hoped that Rain will go with the two storms from the southern Plains to the Tennessee Valley from the end of this weekend next week. As the second storm moves next week, many rainfall may increase the flood situation from Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky to the southern parts of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.

Given that the second storm could take a long-distance track, it is likely that any snow and ice will change to start over I-70 and the Middle West I-80 corridors.

However, there may be a number of hours of desks at the moment and the current travel conditions from I-80 to Chicago and Detroit. Near or just north of these two cities, the change could be delayed or could not be done at all.

Hot air is not sneaked in more than some of the central and northern Plains. Blizzard conditions could exist in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and part of Michigan Upper Peninsula.

At the end of the midnight storm, there may be more than 2 feet snow on the ground in parts of the northern Plains and upper Loughland region, including the Minneapolis area. This is growing in the snow from the storm since last Thursday.

Risk of a large ice storm on the inside of the Northeast

Beyond the north, the high-rise of Arctic will be over New England and will not cease rapidly through the mid Atlantic coast.

So, despite the rapid heat-burning proposal by a storm storming towards the Great Lakes, a heavy snow period and a substantial amount of ice can be made in parts of the Northeast.

"There may be some inches of snow from some area of ​​southern Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York to Massachusetts before any change in ice and rain," said Abrams.

Ultimately, people in the north of New England should look forward to snow from this storm that will include Tuesday early to Wednesday early.

In this case, parts of the central Appalachians, Piedmont and other parts of the Northeast may have dinge airs below.

Surface surfaces may well be southwest like West Virginia and central Maryland, but it is likely to be around central parts of Pennsylvania, New York, and in New England inside through the height of the storm.

Whether the ice happens more than the freezing rainfall determines whether or not there is a widespread lack of power. Shadows fall out of trees, and rain falls on the limbs and lays down.

The heat of the Atlantic and southern England would be slightly faster to the south. However, there may always be a period of confusion for slow and slippery travel from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Hartford, Connecticut.

Ultimately, the exact track of the two storms will determine the northern extent of the plain rain area and the northern edge of the snow and the ice.


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