Wide-ranging temps to help to fuel a busy weather pattern across the Heartland

Back-to-back storms across the northern U.S. should produce significant snow, starting later Wednesday, from the northern Plains into the upper Great Lakes States. 

The second storm system, expected to reach peak intensity over the weekend or early next week, has the potential to double season-to-date snowfall totals in parts of the upper Midwest.  In addition, wind-driven snow from both storms could complicate rural travel and lead to hardship for Northern cattle, especially newborns. 

Separately, a late-week storm will produce rain in the southern and eastern U.S., with 1- to 3-inch totals possible in portions of the Gulf and Atlantic Coast States.  Elsewhere, cool, unsettled weather will return across the West, especially from northern and central California and the Pacific Northwest to the northern Rockies. 

Elsewhere, a prolonged cold spell will settle in across the North, with frequent freezes expected as far south as the central Plains and the Ohio Valley. 

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