Chicago Weather 10 Day Forecast
January 31, 2011 by USA Post
Chicago Weather 10 Day Forecast, The major Windstorm can hit the Chicago as The National Weather Service said the storm is expected to start in the Rocky Mountains for much of the Plains and Midwest, reaching the area especially hard on Tuesday and Wednesday before making its way to the East Coast. Bitterly cold temperatures are forecast in the wake of the storm.
By early Monday, but the drizzle of slippery roads in northwest Missouri, causing cars to slide off the road in Buchanan County and led authorities to cancel classes in public and private schools in the area. Freezing rain and fog caused some flight delays at the airport Sunday in Rapid City, SD.
Edel and Mertz in hardware a few blocks from the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis, customers were lined up at 7 am waiting for the store to open. Snow shovels were big sellers, but workers said Steve Edel melting ice and salt were flying out the door.
“‘Going crazy’ is a great way to say,” said Edel. “The icing -. That’s what scares people”
Chicago and Milwaukee are expected to be particularly affected as the week progresses. The weather service issued a storm warning for Tuesday and Wednesday for southern Wisconsin, northern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Forecasters said snowfall totals could reach up to 2 meters in some areas.
The weather service said heavy snow combined with strong winds could create whiteout conditions, especially at night from Tuesday to Wednesday, making driving extremely dangerous in some areas. Snow accumulations of 5 feet to 10 feet are possible. The service said on Tuesday that the winds could reach up to 60 km / h in open areas near Lake Michigan.
The storm could be a record in Chicago. The biggest snowstorm that hit the city dumped 23 inches on January 26 and 27, 1967, said Samuel Shea, a National Weather Service meteorologist based in Romeoville, Illinois
Transportation officials lined snow and utilities ready for the worst as a snowstorm slipped into the Midwest on Monday. Forecasters said the storm could drop up to an inch of freezing rain and warned of strong winds, the conditions of bleach and glaciers that could reach 10 feet in some parts of the region.
According to the weather in Chicago on October 10 from the Chicago Climate Center, the snow will decrease from today. However, only snow is on tap for today and much of the morning, before the storm comes fully on Tuesday night. Groundhog day, a “major winter storm” has come to town that may be among the largest we’ve ever seen.
The city was beaten with a record 23 inches in late January 1967. Initial projections have at least 20 inches lower in coming days, if not more. According to CNN, the National Weather Service says at least 18 inches will fall over much of northern Illinois and northwestern Indiana.
While the climate of Chicago 10 day forecast does not say how much snow will fall, however, it is logical enough. Residents still have more than 24 hours to prepare, before the snow on Tuesday night and Wednesday. Even when the blizzard stops, temperatures drop as low on Wednesday may be somewhere around zero degrees.
The National Weather Service said the start of a large storm system to see the freezing rain and snow in some areas on Monday, before most of the Plains and Midwest is paralyzed by heavy snow on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The storm, which reached its peak on Wednesday -Groundhog Day -, is expected to start in the Rocky Mountains for much of the Plains and Midwest before making their way to the East Coast.
Snow accumulations of 5 feet to 10 feet are possible. The service said on Tuesday that the winds could reach up to 60 km / h in open areas near Lake Michigan.
Once the storm has moved through the cold temperatures are expected to grab most of the region, with the mercury below zero in parts of Texas and Oklahoma and sinking as low as-50F in the highlands central and southern Africa.
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