Widespread above-normal temperatures will likely dominate into the first half of December.
Snow will continue across the Upper Midwest today, but the storm will move away and the weather will turn milder.
Later this week we expect to see a split flow pattern aloft. One branch of the flow will come in from the Pacific and go across the Northern states. With no access to arctic air, this setup favors milder-than-average conditions for the North Central and Northeastern states.
The first snowfall in Terre Haute, Indiana, captured by "rds8-17" on Nov. 22, 2015. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
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A storm heading for the Midwest this afternoon and tonight, while generating snow in parts of the Midwest, will push warm air ahead of it, with little cold air behind it reaching the East.
The snowstorm will dump heavy snow today into Tuesday, but the warmth is on the way for later this week.