The Weather Front On-Line

Cold weather to expand its grip...

Across the Corn Belt, upper Midwestern livestock continue to endure a difficult winter that has featured cold weather, a persistently deep snow cover, and frequent storms. Although dry weather prevails, Tuesday’s low temperatures generally ranged from 0 to -20 degrees in the upper Midwest.


An active pattern to resume later this week...

On the Plains, moderate to severe drought persists from western Nebraska into central Oklahoma. In addition, large temperature swings are increasing stress on poorly established winter grains.


An active winter pattern this week...


A range of wintry weather...

A disturbance will shift southeastward Thursday morning bringing with it a wintry range of precipitation. Snow totals of 2 to 3 inches can be expected along and north of Interstate 74, with locally higher amounts. Farther south, ice accumulations of less than a quarter of an inch can be expected; certainly enough to affect the drive into work or school. 


Arctic air penetrates south Florida...

On the Plains, chilly conditions linger across eastern areas. In contrast, mild, breezy weather is developing on the High Plains. On the central and southern Plains, the poorly established portion of the winter wheat crop continues to be subjected to unfavorably dry weather and sharp temperature fluctuations.


Bitter cold wave ahead...


Cold; another weekend storm ahead...

Across the Corn Belt, widespread snow showers continue downwind of the Great Lakes. Most of the northern and eastern Corn Belt has a shallow snow cover, except for greater depths in climatologically favored areas.


Snow for parts of the Heartland, cold wave to follow...

Across the Corn Belt, a band of snow extends from the Dakotas into Iowa. Meanwhile in the Ohio Valley, cold, mostly dry weather prevails in the wake of drought-easing or -eradicating rainfall.


A new storm on the Plains; colder air to return...

Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails in advance of an approaching storm. Recent precipitation has been especially beneficial in the eastern Corn Belt, where pockets of drought had developed in recent months.


Cold; active pattern to continue...

Across the Corn Belt, cold, dry weather prevails, except for snow showers downwind of the Great Lakes. In the Ohio Valley, drought coverage and intensity has been further reduced by recent rainfall.


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