Upper Midwest Blizzard

February 28, 2012 by staff 

Upper Midwest Blizzard, Up to a foot of snow was expected across the Upper Midwest on Tuesday, while severe weather in the central Plains could whip up some tornadoes. Midwest cities expecting the most snow include Fargo, N.D., and Duluth, Minn.

Near-blizzard conditions are possible in parts of Minnesota and the Dakotas, reported, and Interstates 94, 90, 35, 29 and 39 could be affected

“The two days combined could deliver up to a foot of snow to northern New York and northern portions of New England,” reported. “For the Boston metro area, several inches of snow are possible. To date, the city has only seen 7.8 inches for the season! This is more than two feet below average. Last season at this time, Boston had seen more than 70 inches.”

New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., won’t see much if any snow, stated, but they will get rain.

Tornadoes and other severe weather are forecast this week starting Tuesday in Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri and the middle Mississippi Valley, reported.

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