Some areas of Wisconsin could see heavy snow this week

Some areas of Wisconsin could see heavy snow this week

Some areas of Wisconsin could see heavy snow this week

The setup for this storm is a classic mix of April ingredients.

Another "bomb cyclone" is on the horizon with Winter Storm Wesley targeting the Rockies and parts of the Great Plains.

The heavy snow is likely to cover areas still reeling from last month's bomb cyclone, according to predictions. Blizzard warnings, winter storm warnings, and high wind watches have been posted out west with this system for more than a dozen states.

According to CBS Denver, the National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for the counties of South Larimer, Arapahoe, Adams, Southwest Weld, Elbert, Douglas, Broomfield and Denver counties for Wednesday. Blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility. The portion of the San Juan Mountain range near Silverton and Red Mountain Pass could see 8 to 16 inches of snow, he said. This may be a combination of rain and snow as it moves northward.

By Thursday, we expect the storm to be somewhere near the upper Midwest, with wind-driven wet snow on its northwestern flank, with rain and even some thunderstorms east of the front from parts of the Midwest and Ohio Valley southward into the Tennessee Valley.

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Colder air is forecast to arrive Wednesday afternoon, with changeover to snow occurring in the noon to 5pm timeframe depending on your elevation. Winter Storm Watches, Winter Storm Warnings, and Blizzard Warnings are plastered across Northern Colorado, Wyoming, Western Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota this morning in preparation for what will be a potent late-season snowstorm. Freezing rain and the chance for significant icing is possible over the Tip-of-the-Mitt and Upper Michigan Thursday and Thursday evening.

The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, one of the poorest areas in the nation, is bracing for another major winter storm and the prospect of renewed flooding that is also forecast to hit a wide swath of the Plains and Midwest just a month after the last weather blast. "We're probably looking at that surge hitting those Missouri River areas in Nebraska and Iowa three to five days after the storm".

The storm is expected to weaken and push off into the Great Lakes area and northern MI on Friday, bringing more rain and snow, the weather service said. Road closures are possible, potentially including along stretches of Interstates 29, 80 and 90. Power outages and tree damage also are possible.

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