Mother of all winter storms for the season coming

The largest winter storm of the season will hit most of the Midwest hard the next few days.

Brownfield Ag Meteorologist Greg Soulje says a 100-degree temperature swing from the Delta to the Upper Midwest will bring severe weather.

“It will run the range of weather from springlike severe weather in the southern states through a major corridor of ice, somewhere centered on the I-80 corridor or just north of there across the western Corn Belt/southern Great Lakes region, and then prolific snows,” he says.

Several feet of snow are predicted for parts of the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

“There’s going to be some spots that have four or five feet of snow on the ground in the wake of this storm,” he forecasts.

Soulje says up to three additional winter storm events will follow over the weekend and into next week which will not be as severe and could help eradicate some drought conditions.

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