Storm Effects Unchanged Here, But Growing More Impressive to Our Northwest

December 18th, 2012 at 5:58 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Storm effects remain unchanged here, but storm system’s snow & wind to our northwest looks more & more impressive.  It appears 14-19″ of snowfall & wind gusts to 60 mph are a good bet in the southeast part of Wisconsin with gusts to 55 mph in Iowa & up to 12″ of snow.

Snow in Kansas will reach 8″, but gusts of 60-65 mph will be possible.

Big chunks of 5 states will likely reach blizzard status Wednesday-Thursday before surface low reaches its greatest strength in northeastern Illinois to southwestern Michigan.  It may not reach bomb status, but will certainly undergo an additional rapid re-strengthening as it pivots just northwest of our viewing area Thursday.

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One Response to “Storm Effects Unchanged Here, But Growing More Impressive to Our Northwest”

  1. monster says:

    Ok chad what about after x-mas? Does that storm have the potential to be as big as this one? Or do you think I to will go north?

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