Thanks to @MainStormTower for the picture below out of Gunterville, AL
Thanks to my good friend Wanda Brandt for the picture below from Duluth, MN
Denali National Park, AK
Thanks to the Denali National Park, AK Facebook page for the picture below of the last full moon of 2012.
Thanks to @samlgookins for the picture below of heavy snow falling in Noblesville, IN from this weekend’s snow event across the Ohio Valley.
Ohio Valley Snow Totals
Here are some of the highest snow tallies I could find from across the Ohio Valley.
More Snow in the Northeast
The image below shows all the winter headlines through AM Sunday. Snow totals of up to 12″ are possible in localized areas!
Northeast Snow Totals Thru Sunday
The RPM model suggests shovelable snow amounts for many in the Northeast through Sunday. The storm will deposit several inches of snow across parts of Maine.
Lingering NE Snow on Sunday
Here’s the weather map around midday Sunday. Lingering snow showers/flurries along with breezy northwesterly winds will allow for blowing and drifting snow through much of the day Sunday. There may even be a few lingering flight delays early Sunday.
More Snow on the Way
There another storm developing across the mid-section of the nation will have more shovelable snow potential for folks from Kansas to the Eastern Great Lakes by early next week. The NAM forecast brings up to 6″ possible around the Kansas City, MO area around the New Year. This forecast CAN and WILL change… stay tuned!
COLD New Year’s Forecast
It definitely looks like winter into the New Year. The extended forecast calls for a big Arctic blog to set up over the Hudson Bay through next week. Waves of this modified Arctic air will settle south of the international border by way of moisture starved clipper systems.
Highs on New Year’s Day
Highs From Normal on Tuesday
Take a look at how much colder than average high temperatures will be on Tuesday.
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