Accumulating snow is possible Monday night and Tuesday, but the forecast is a much more difficult one than for Snowzilla.
Uncertainty is still very high, and the forecast could shift, but our overall impression today is that the storm looks too warm and disorganized to have a major impact.
In the sea of recent storminess, a weekend break is much appreciated. More snow chances loom.
Chilly. dry air is streaming into the region which will hold firm through the weekend.
The blizzard would be named the "Terror of the Prairies" -- a wall of drifted snow so immense that it towered 12 feet over the rail cars.
This storm is not at all like the Blizzard of 2016 - less cohesive and more difficult to forecast.
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It's an all around wintry day ahead. The roughest time may be early this morning as overnight snow exits the area.
Wherever steady snow is able to develop, some slick spots on the roads are possible.