Okay, let's get right down to the business here. As the title states, the Great Lakes could see a pretty nice snowstorm on December 4th.
The Long Range GFS is indicating that Chicago could get hit the worst.
The probability of that happening is roughly in the 60 percent range.
By the way, the snowstorm I indicated yesterday on the Long Range GFS will not be happening. So my probability does work.
Temperatures in the clouds should be just close enough to produce snow.
The meteograms are indicating snow, possible thundersnow which will be next in our Weather Explained.
Thundersnow is like a storm. It puts down precip fast. So thundersnow would mean a quick-producing snow system.
More updates as more info comes in.