Midwinter snowstorm to pound Midwest – In November

“It will seem like a storm in the middle of the winter, rather than a storm during the middle of November” for portions of Wisconsin, northern Illinois and northern Michigan, warns AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Brian Wimer.
Wimer is looking for a swath of snow from the northern Rockies on Thursday to the central Plains on Friday and the Upper Great Lakes region Friday night into Saturday.

The highest amounts of snow – 6-10 inches (15-30 cm)– could fall on parts of Iowa, Illinois and Michigan.


4 thoughts on “Midwinter snowstorm to pound Midwest – In November

  1. What’s the storm forecast for Paris in early December during the COP 21 “fighting climate change” conference?

  2. Snow to sweep north China. BEIJING, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) — Snow will sweep north China while heavy rain will continue in the country’s southern part over the next three days, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said on Thursday.
    Moderate and heavy snow will hit parts of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the North China Plain and northeastern Jilin Province in the coming three days starting Thursday, the NMC said.
    Snow will also hit the northern part of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in the country’s northwest, with some areas to see blizzards, said the NMC.
    It forecast that heavy rains will continue in south China, with downpours in parts of Guizhou and Hunan provinces as well as Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

  3. I’m sorry but there must be a typo in your post.

    When you said “fighting climate change” conference I’m sure you must have meant “frighting climate change” conference.

    Fighting a myth just doesn’t make sense.

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