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Storm Next Week Should Produce a Swath of Snow and Severe Weather

December 5, 2012; 11:31 AM ET


I made a few adjustments on the potential snow and severe weather areas for next week. The models seem to be coming into better agreement on the storm coming out of the southern Rockies and winding up as it moves north into the Great Lakes. If the trend of the models continues, we will see a swath of moderate to heavy snow on the back of the storm and a band of severe storms with wind damage and hail, perhaps a tornado on the east side of the storm.

What you will also see is a huge contrast in temperatures with 50s to 70s on one side of the front and 20s to 40s on the other side of the front.

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