Arctic blast frosting eastern half of Lower 48 with January-like cold and snow


The National Weather Service
American Airlines
@flyfrompti
@ABC11_WTVD @ABC
MondayHighs
Wednesday.#mnwx
pic.twitter.com/cs8heA0Cc0High
WednesdayForecast
The Mid-Atlantic
The Weather Service’s
the Weather Service’s


Joseph Lian
Mille Lacs


Appalachians


Plains
the East Coast
Arctic
Arctic Blast
the Gulf Coast
the Florida Peninsula
Midwest
Northeast
Mount Snow
Dakotas
New England
Great Lakes
Southeast
Mid-Atlantic


the Lower 48
the Great Lakes
O’Hare International Airport
Hunter Mountain Resort


Dallas
Texas
Louisiana
Rockies
Havre
Mont.
Montana
Galveston
Florida
Chicago
Greensboro
10.The
Vermont
New York
Minnesota
Nebraska
Kansas
Iowa
Wisconsin
Michigan
Minneapolis
Oklahoma
Missouri
Illinois
Arkansas
Tennessee
Ohio
20s).New Orleans
Nashville
Detroit
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Buffalo
St. Louis
Houston
Alabama
Mississippi
Washington
Baltimore


Thanksgiving

Positivity     43.00%   
   Negativity   57.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2019/11/11/arctic-blast-frosting-eastern-half-lower-with-january-like-cold-snow/
Write a review: The Washington Post
Summary

For example, Mount Snow in Vermont announced it will open Wednesday, while Hunter Mountain Resort in New York will have its lifts running Friday.MondayHighs are forecast to reach only the teens in the Dakotas and Minnesota on Monday, with highs in the 20s in Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan.In Minneapolis, the forecast high in the mid- to upper teens on Monday is likely to be the coldest on record for the date, lower than the previous record of 19.Near-record cold temperatures are expected today and tomorrow, with temperatures falling to near zero tomorrow morning. Lows in the teens are expected as far south as northern Texas and Arkansas.Forecast highs on Tuesday should remain below freezing over more than half of the eastern Lower 48 states, from interior New England to as far south as Tennessee and as far west as eastern Nebraska and Kansas.Record-cold highs on Tuesday are predicted to be widespread from near the central Gulf Coast (highs in the 40s) through the Tennessee and Ohio valleys (highs in the 20s and 30s) and into the eastern Great Lakes and interior Northeast (highs in the 20s).New Orleans, Nashville, Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Buffalo could have their coldest highs on record for Nov. 12.Chicago is forecast to have a high of 25° on Tuesday.

As said here by