A strengthening area of low pressure will form from 2 upper systems Friday. This will bring a major winter storm to the Midwest. For us, Friday will be cold with some chilly rain (brief inconsequential sleet mix?) late in the day and a high near 40. Warmer with rain Saturday.
While we don't know much in the way of details this early, it is looking increasingly likely that winter storm will impact the Upper Midwest Friday into Saturday. Continue to monitor this account and for the latest information and forecasts #mnwx #wiwx
With a potentially significant winter storm impacting the upper Midwest and Winter Storm Watches in effect for much of the area Friday into Saturday, now is the time to prepare...
Heading out to upper Midwest this week and the weather looks good! Guitarist George Naha will be joining me for all three shows. Thursday in Madison (Winnebago), Friday in Evanston (Space) and Saturday in Milwaukee (Shank Hall)! Tickets:
Chilly today with decreasing clouds, but we'll see warmer temperatures and plenty of sunshine Friday and Saturday. Much colder next week, with the potential for accumulating snow across portions of the Upper Midwest. #mnwx #wiwx
Rain and thunderstorms will spread over the Plains and Upper Midwest Friday night into Saturday as the storm system arrives:
A derecho double whammy socked the Upper Midwest Friday-Saturday. The damage footprint was vast, with thousands of trees mowed down:
Severe thunderstorms capable of damaging winds, large hail, heavy rainfall, and a few tornadoes will be possible from the Plains to the upper Midwest Friday and Saturday.
From Friday into Saturday, a storm will drop several inches of accumulating snow over parts of the northern Plains and Upper Midwest:
Residents in the Upper Midwest should brace for two rounds of snow spanning Friday to Saturday night:
Severe weather Friday through Saturday will stretch from the Upper Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic Coast.