This storm chaser isn't after Midwest tornadoes nor supercell thunderstorms. Jim Steenburgh chases snowstorms & wants to make it easier to predict the lake-effect and sea-effect storms that can form rapidly and dump massive amounts of snow. #snowday
A mess of rain and snow are likely beginning in the second half of the weekend across the Midwest and East. Forecast details:
Wintry conditions may develop in parts of the Midwest and Northeast late this weekend into early next week:
As cold air shifts eastward this weekend, the stage will be set for a wide area of accumulating snow in the Midwest Saturday and Sunday. This storm is expected to diminish as it moves over southern Ontario on Sunday night:
Get ready for the weekend! Whether you'll be getting snow like the Midwest or you have sunnier days in store, we have your forecast LIVE on air now.
Still on track for a couple rounds of snow for the Plains/Midwest on Sat/Sun AM then again on Mon/Tues stretching over to the mid-Atlantic/noeast. Alerts being posted for 1st piece coming out, but as you can see the 2nd is taking the long route south then east. 2nd more potent.
A storm system will bring accumulating snow to the midwest saturday'>Upper Midwest Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning. Best chance of 2 inches or more is generally southeast of a line from Walker to the Gunflint.
This is not merely the latest Viral Clip, nor would I think she'd want it to be. It is a clarion call. The Midwest is flooding right now, as is Mozambique. Climate change is ending American lives right now, and many more all around the world. Wake up.