/Issued 1:14 PM CST, Tuesday, December 3, 2013/
*Expected storm track on Wednesday.
*Blue area=Greatest chance for moderate to heavy snow.
*Strong winds out of the ENE coming off Lake Superior. Gusts 20-30 mph possible.
This post will focus on round number 2 which arrives late Tonight and continues through Wednesday.
-Low pressure is forecast to pull out into the Central Plains through Tonight before it tracks northeastward and deepens as it goes through Central/Northern Wisconsin and then out over Lake Superior by early Thursday Morning.
-On this track, a band of heavy snow should occur across much of Northeast and East Central Minnesota and in far Northwest Wisconsin.
-The heaviest snow looks like it’ll fall during the day Wednesday.
-Gusty winds out of the east to northeast at 15 to 30 mph will result in considerable blowing and drifting snow especially near Lake Superior. Near whiteout conditions could develop at the height of the storm on Wednesday.
Stay tuned for more updates
*My updated snowfall accumulation map.
Note: I may need to adjust this a little more.
Combining Monday’s event with the next event here’s what I come up with:
Widespread 8-14″ total event accumulations should be found across the Northland with an area of 14-24″ of snow near Lake Superior, in fact it’s not out of the question that a few locations pick up 24-30″ of snow by early Thursday Morning along the North Shore of Lake Superior.