Weather Columbus Ohio
December 12, 2010 by USA Post
Weather Columbus Ohio, Although the worst of the snowstorm this weekend targets areas of southern Minnesota and northern Iowa in northern Michigan, places further south and east, including Chicago and Detroit, will also have significant impacts.
Rain or a mixture of snow / rain in Chicago and Detroit will spend all night with snow and continue through Sunday. 2 to 4 inches is generally scheduled for the two cities with areas north and west pick up even higher amounts.
At the same time, the howling winds gusting past can also develop at 50 mph Sunday, causing widespread blowing and drifting snow with visibility dangerously low.
Treacherous journey will entail. Airport delays are likely in Chicago and Detroit and with ripple effects throughout the country.
Further south and east of Chicago and Detroit, 1 to 3 inches wide is provided along the I-80/I-90 corridor from Chicago to Syracuse, NY, as the storm heads east up ‘on Sunday.
Similar totals are expected further south through Columbus, Ohio, Pittsburgh and Scranton, Pa., Morgantown, West Virginia, and higher terrain of the Virginia and Tennessee on Sunday night.
Visit the AccuWeather.com Winter Weather Centre to check the latest forecast map snowfall.
People as far south as St. Louis could see an inch, while snowflakes, even make an appearance all the way down to Atlanta.
In many locations downwind of the Great Lakes, however, will actually follow the worst snow storm this weekend as lake-effect snow kick and create localized snowstorms.
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