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Hi, Henry here. I have over 30 years of weather forecasting with a focus on extreme weather. Blogging about extreme weather is my passion in life.

My excellent forecasting skill has made me a frequent expert on national network TV and radio. I have been in hundreds of newspapers, including many of the largest in the country such as the Chicago Times, New York Times, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Post, Detroit Free Press, and more.

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The First Storm Brings Snow from the Midwest to the Northeast with Some Mix

The first in a series of storms will bring snow from the Iowa across the Great Lakes into the Northeast. There will be an area of an wintry mix from northern PA into VT and NH Thursday morning. In the Midwest, the snow will come as rain changes over to snow and may accumulate fast. This a marginal snow event with most areas have around 4 inches of snow.

The Second Snowstorm Brings Light to Moderate Snows

The second in a series of storms will hit Friday into Saturday. That storm will produce a swath snow from the Midwest and Ohio Valley into the Great Lakes and Northeast. While the map reflects the where snow might fall today, there is still the chance that the snow goes all the way to the coast as the secondary low develops.

Weekly Highlights – The Week Storms Slow but Becomes Busier

The week overall will start slow but will get busier for the last half of the week. At least two snowstorms will impact the Plains into the Northeast this week. The first one coming Thursday which can bring snow from the Plains into the Northern Great Lakes with a wintry mix across the Northeast. The second storm following behind may bring snow from the Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic and…

Updated Wednesday – Undercutting Cold Leads to Ice and Snow

Wed- The ice will continue across Texas and now the ice will change to snow across western Texas Thursday. The ice from Arkansas into Tennessee will be marginal as temperatures start to moderate. Texas will see more ice and that ice will spread into the Tennessee Valley today and tonight. Cold air will seep south and undercut the southern jet stream today through Wednesday morning. That will lead to Ice…


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