The Weather Front On-Line
Across the Corn Belt, cool, dry weather trails a departing storm system. Some snow remains on the ground from Nebraska to Lower Michigan.
Across the Corn Belt, breezy weather prevails in advance of an approaching storm. A sharp temperature gradient exists across the Midwest, with cold air across the northern Corn Belt contrasting with warmth in the Ohio and middle Mississippi Valleys. Rain showers are developing in Iowa, while some snow is falling in South Dakota.
Across the Corn Belt, mild, breezy weather prevails well in advance of an approaching storm system. A few snow showers are occurring across the northern tier of the Midwest, mainly in the upper Great Lakes region.
Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails. However, cool, breezy conditions in the eastern Corn Belt contrast with the arrival of milder weather west of the Mississippi River. Nevertheless, patches of snow remain on the ground in the upper Midwest.
Across the Corn Belt, wet, wind-driven snow is blanketing parts of the upper Great Lakes region, while rain is falling in much of Wisconsin. Other areas of the Midwest are experiencing mild, dry, very windy weather. Parts of northern and central Illinois are recovering from Tuesday night’s severe weather, which included a few tornadoes.
Across the Corn Belt, rain showers and a few thunderstorms are developing across the upper Midwest. Mild, dry weather covers the remainder of the Corn Belt, although dense fog occurred Tuesday morning in some areas.
Across the Corn Belt, cloudy, foggy, but mild weather prevails across the upper Midwest. Meanwhile, mild, rainy weather stretches from the middle Mississippi and lower Ohio Valleys into the lower Great Lakes region.