A major winter storm is forecast to develop over the lower Mississippi Valley on Tuesday, Dec. 23, says accuweather.com.
The storm, which they’re calling dynamic, is “likely to strengthen dramatically” as it races northeastward toward the eastern Great Lakes on Christmas Eve.
Snow during all of or part of the storm is likely in the Upper Midwest, says accuweather. This includes the cities of Chicago, Detroit and Indianapolis, and could reach as far south as Tennessee.
While it is too early to say where the heaviest snow will fall, there is the potential for whiteouts and a rapid freeze-up to develop over part of the Midwest.
Depending on where you live and which way the storm tracks, the storm will also bring strong winds, rain, thunderstorms, and dicey travel conditions.
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