The Weather Front On-Line

The Weather Front On-Line

Wide-range of temps, weather across the Nation

Across the Corn Belt, another round of snow is blanketing the Great Lakes region, while a mix of rain and snow is gradually ending across the Ohio Valley. In Michigan, snow depths at daybreak were 9 inches in Muskegon and 6 inches in Grand Rapids. Des Moines, Iowa, also has a 6-inch snow depth.

An active pattern continues across the Corn Belt

Across the Corn Belt, fresh snow blankets a broad area stretching from Nebraska into the lower Great Lakes region. Current snow depths include 5 inches in Des Moines, Iowa, and Fort Wayne, Indiana. In the storm’s wake, Tuesday morning’s low temperatures across the upper Midwest generally ranged from 0 to -20°.

Snow chances increase, cold pattern to linger

Across the Corn Belt, a cold, breezy weather pattern is in place. Snow showers are confined to areas downwind of the Great Lakes. Friday morning’s temperatures plunged below 0° throughout the upper Midwest.

Cold pattern to persist, snow ahead

Across the Corn Belt, frigid weather is returning to the upper Midwest, where Thursday morning’s temperatures plunged below 0°—accompanied by gusty winds. Meanwhile, a few rain/snow showers are developing across the Ohio Valley, in advance of a strong cold front.

A more typical mid-Winter pattern ahead

Across the Corn Belt, a few snow showers are occurring in the Great Lakes region. Cloudy but dry weather covers the remainder of the Midwest, accompanied by above-normal temperatures and breezy conditions. Snow cover has largely disappeared from the central and eastern Corn Belt.

Much colder, far more active WInter pattern ahead

Across the Corn Belt, cold, cloudy weather prevails. Snow showers are occurring in some areas, especially in the eastern Corn Belt, while sub-zero temperatures were noted early Monday in parts of the upper Midwest. Mild weather in advance of the latest cold wave reduced or eliminated Midwestern snow cover; the snow depth in Minneapolis-St.

A more Winter-like weather pattern ahead

Across the Corn Belt, mild weather continues to erode a previously extensive snow cover. Friday’s high temperatures exceeded 60° in portions of the southern Corn Belt. Still, substantial snow remains on the ground from Nebraska into the upper Great Lakes region, following the early-week storm.

A mild late-January pattern ahead

Across the Corn Belt, rain and snow showers linger across the Great Lakes region in the wake of a departing storm system. In areas where snow fell, gusty winds are causing some blowing and drifting. At daybreak, the snow depth in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, stood at 9 inches.

Milder, wetter days ahead for much the Midwest

Across the Corn Belt, mild air is arriving, starting across the upper Midwest. The warmer-than-normal weather has begun to erode a widespread, generally shallow snow cover. Early Friday, snow depths stood at 3 inches in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota; Rockford, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Dayton, Ohio.