By Alex Sosnowski – AccuWeather
A strengthening winter storm will bring the potential for windswept snow and travel disruptions from the central Rockies to the Upper Midwest early next week, including on Groundhog Day.
While the exact timing and extent of wintry weather are not set in stone at this point, early signs are pointing to the threat for moderate to heavy snow, poor visibility and travel disruptions along a 1,000-mile-long swath.
The track and strength of storm that rolls ashore in California on Sunday will determine the coverage and intensity of the snow and wind from Colorado to Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Continue reading at AccuWeather: Groundhog Day Snowstorm May Aim For Denver To Minneapolis
Fun in the snow: Viral videos from the blizzard of 2016
Blizzard survival guide: These tips could help save your life
AccuWeather Winter Weather Center
2 thoughts on “Groundhog Day Snowstorm May Aim For Denver To Minneapolis”
Reblogged this on TheSurvivalPlaceBlog.
Pingback: Groundhog Day Snowstorm May Aim For Denver To Minneapolis | Prepper's Survival Homestead