Severe Weather due to Monster Winter Storm to bring Snow based on NWS Weather Forecast

By on Feb 1, 2011 in United States, Weather, World Comments

A severe weather brought about by a monster winter storm may bring heavy snowfall in St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, and Milwaukee, according to a weather forecast issued by the National Weather Service (NWS). The monster storm is expected to dump about two-feet of snow and drifts of up to 10 feet.

Reports say that the severe weather will affect about one-third of the United States (US). The NWS weather forecast added that the blizzard will hit the St. Louis area in the next two days. The severe weather may bring problems to affected areas due to heavy snow and ice from the Rockies to New England. This is expected to be followed by cold weather that may affect several millions of people.

Weather forecast in Chicago reported that 20 inches of snow may be experience in the area. The upcoming severe weather is reportedly the city’s third-biggest snowstorm after the 21.6 inches in 1999 and the biggest Chicago snowstorms in 1967 that brought 23 inches of snow.

The Southern part of the US that is considered warmer areas must braced themselves as tornadoes were predicted to cross these areas.



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