A potent spring storm is raking the Plains and Midwest.
(Undated) - Up to two feet of snow are expected this weekend in parts of Minnesota. The southern row of counties in the winter storm watch area won't have the watch go in effect until Saturday.
The weather maps continue to look scary-snowy for much of southern Minnesota Friday night and Saturday.
The National Weather Service in Green Bay has also issued a WINTER STORM WATCH, which will be in effect from 4PM Saturday until 12AM Monday, for the counties of Kewaunee, Manitowoc, and Brown.
Travelers scheduled to fly to or from impacted destinations between April 13-15 are eligible to have their change fees waived and will be able to book a new flight through April 18. Significant ice build up is possible on Sunday.
Already, areas such as Rapid City, South Dakota, and Great Falls, Montana, have seen an estimated 10 inches pile up.Читайте также: Pompeo Seeks Confirmation as US Secretary of State
St. Lawrence County: snow during the day Saturday, snow Saturday night.
Warnings may be issued later today as the event nears. Expect rain to switch to an icy mix Friday evening and Friday night and then eventually over to a heavy, wet snow by early Saturday.
Sunday morning another round of ice pellets will move into the region quickly changing over to freezing rain later in the morning. The Warning is for a combination of freezing rain, sleet, snow and wind. This will cause blowing rain and snow to lower visibility to near zero at times.
Drivers in these areas are being told that they face hard conditions on the roads.
Most of the area encompassing Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, southern and western NY, and Appalachia will see rain.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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