Snow Impacts Rockies and Northern Plains to Southern Canada

A snowstorm will hit the Northern Plains and southern Canada today into tomorrow. That area will see up to 8 inches of snow in places with some blowing now in the open areas.

Snow will also come down the Front Range of the Rockies and will impact areas from Cheyenne to Denver with 1-4 inches of snow tonight into Saturday. This is not a major storm but one that may cause some travel problems.

Weekly Highlights for November 27 to December 3

The start of this week will be snowy across the Great Lakes into the Northeast. The current storm is producing a swath of snow across the Great Lakes and western Ohio Valley of 1-3 inches. That snow will move into Eastern Canada Monday. The storm along the coast will come north and produce a swath of 4+ inches of snow from Vermont through western Maine Monday.

More snow will hit the Great Lakes and Northeast later this week as a series of storms are expected to develop.

The Northwest and northern Rockies will see storms crossing through later this week which will lead to snows, especially over the mountains.

Severe storms may develop across the lower Mississippi Thursday. Damaging winds and hail may occur.

A Messy Winter Storm Before Thanksgiving

A storm in the Plains Monday will move into the Great Lakes Tuesday. That storm will spread a messy mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain from the Appalachians intro the Northeast and eastern Canada. The ice ahead of the storm will depend just how fast the rain moves into the Appalachians Tuesday morning. While road temperatures are still above freezing, there can be some sleet accumulation on roads that cause icy travel. The heaviest snows will be across northern New York into Quebec and Maine where over 4 inches of snow will accumulate. The storm will hit fast and should be over by Wednesday afternoon so travel will improve for Thanksgiving.

The storm will also produce severe storms across the South Monday and Tuesday. Tornadoes are possible across Louisiana and Mississippi. The storms will move into the Southeast Tuesday.

Tornadoes May Hit Louisiana into Mississippi Saturday
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