Another Winter-like storm develops on the Plains
November 29, 2019 By Greg Soulje Filed Under: Uncategorized
Across the Corn Belt, rain is moving into central
Missouri Valley in advance of the western winter storm complex, and a mixture
of rain and snow lingers in the Ohio Valley and the northern Great Lakes
Region, further stalling fieldwork.
On the Plains, a wintry mix of precipitation will
intensify in amount and coverage throughout the day in northern parts of the
region, resulting in hazardous travel conditions and stress on livestock. A Blizzard
Warning is already in effect for parts of Wyoming, South Dakota, and Nebraska,
and some freezing rain is forecast for the middle Missouri Valley.
In the South, dry, generally mild weather offers a
brief opportunity for fieldwork from the Delta to the southern Atlantic Coast
ahead of the next round of showers.
In the West, myriad warnings for hazardous winter
weather — notably snow and high winds — remain in effect throughout much of the
intermountain West as the powerful Thanksgiving storm works its way eastward.
At the southern edge of the storm, Flood Warnings are in effect for southern
Arizona due to the potential for locally heavy showers.
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