The Weather Front On-Line (February 2012)

The Weather Front On-Line (February 2012)

Sharply colder air to spread southeastward

Across the Corn Belt, the leading edge of an Arctic air mass is blasting across the upper Midwest, increasing livestock stress. In the Great Lakes region, snow accompanies the cold front.

One last "mild" day for the Corn Belt

Across the Corn Belt, a final day of mid-winter “warmth” prevails in advance of a strong cold front. Thursday’s high temperatures will approach 40° in much of the Midwest.

On the Plains, beneficial light precipitation—mostly snow—is developing across Texas’ northern panhandle and neighboring areas.

A more seasonal feel across the Corn Belt

Across the Heartland, much colder weather prevails.