Coldest air of the season ahead across much of the Corn Belt

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Some of the coldest air of the season will arrive across the upper Midwest on Friday and surge across the Corn Belt and Northeast by Saturday. On Saturday morning, temperatures below -20° can be expected in parts of the upper Midwest. The following day, temperatures could fall to near 0° as far south as the… Read more »

Milder days ahead for much of the Heartland

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During the next several days, a mostly quiet weather pattern will feature a ridge of high pressure across the western U.S. and a trough of low pressure across the East. As a result, warm, mostly dry weather will cover areas from the Pacific Coast to the High Plains, while cold, breezy conditions will dominate the… Read more »

More cold weather for the Corn Belt

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During the next several days, a stable ridge of high pressure dominating the western half of the U.S. will lead to warm, dry conditions from the Pacific Coast to the Plains. Temperatures above 80° can be expected at times from southern California to parts of western and southern Texas. Temperatures will top the 60-degree mark… Read more »

Temperatures to vary across the Heartland

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For the remainder of Friday, significant snow can be expected in coastal New England, while precipitation will end elsewhere along the Atlantic Seaboard. During the next 5 days, generally dry weather will prevail from California to the central and southern Plains and much of the Southeast. Meanwhile, showers will linger across the Northwest into Saturday,… Read more »

A colder, more active pattern for the Corn Belt

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For the remainder of Thursday and Thursday night, precipitation will linger in the southern Atlantic region, with an additional 1 to 2 inches possible. Rain may mix with or change to snow in some locations overnight. Some additional precipitation may fall early next week along the Atlantic Seaboard. Meanwhile, unsettled weather will persist across the… Read more »

A colder pattern to build across the Corn Belt

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Snow will end over the Midwest as this week’s major winter storm departs across the Great Lakes, though the storm’s trailing cold front will produce heavy showers and potentially severe thunderstorms over the East Coast States before moving offshore Thursday morning. However, the front will be slow to clear the eastern Gulf Coast Region, with… Read more »

A colder pattern across the Corn Belt

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A strong winter storm currently centered over Kansas will produce blizzard conditions from the central Plains to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, with a foot or more of snow possible from eastern Nebraska to the northern Great Lakes. South of the storm track, warm, humid, unstable air will lead to heavy rain and potentially severe… Read more »

Major Winter storm expected across the Heartland

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February will begin with cold air engulfing the western and central U.S. following a major winter storm. Mid-week temperatures could dip below 0° as far south as the central High Plains, where fresh, deep snow should help insulate winter grains. The storm responsible for the cold outbreak will cross the central Plains Monday night and… Read more »

Winter storm potential early next week

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The latest in a series of Pacific storms will move ashore Friday across northern California and the Pacific Northwest. During the weekend, another Pacific storm will arrive farther south, crossing southern California and the Four Corners States. Five-day precipitation totals could reach 4 to 6 inches in northern California and the Pacific Northwest, while widespread… Read more »

A stormy pattern ahead

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Locally heavy showers will continue for the remainder of Thursday across the lower Southeast, followed by a return to dry weather. Meanwhile, three Pacific storms will arrive along the West Coast during the next 5 days, with each system moving ashore farther south than the previous one. As a result, 5-day precipitation totals could reach… Read more »