Hello everyone. Here, we'll focus in on the much-anticipated Heaviest Snow zone. If it lives up to its name, those shovels will be pretty beaten up by the end.
States such as North Illinois, all of Wisconsin, Minnesota, into the Eastern Dakotas and Northeast Nebraska. The range includes Michigan into New York, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. All of these states are within the range that should contain the country's worst snow.
Temperature wise, the temps should be normal. However, states such as Illinois, Indiana and Ohio may recieve slightly above average temperatures this winter. Not too much of an obstacle for snow.
States in the Heaviest Snow zone, whether near the border or not, will be able to recieve heavy snow. However, states near the border may recieve a little less and more wet snow. The states a good distance away from the border should have a little more snow, and a little less wet due to decreased amount of temperature swings and proximity to the cold Canadian air reserves.
While these predictions are indeed far off, Accuweather (a main source of winter information), will release more editions of the winter forecasts, as well as another site that will not be named.
Thanks for viewing. The next zone we'll investigate will be our Pacific Northwest.
Tune in for that one!