At the end of this week in the US will come to significant cold and heavy snowfalls. Especially get the Northern States, the northeast and the Midwest.
According to AccuWeather senior meteorologist Brett Anderson, the lowest temperature from approximately Friday, November 9, expected in the Bismarck (North Dakota), Minneapolis (mn) and Sioux Falls (South Dakota). There the temperature will fall overnight below zero, which is approximately 15°F below normal for the first half of November.
Next cold front will spread South and East. Significant cold in Chicago (Il), Kansas city and St. Louis (Missouri), Pittsburgh (PA) Detroit (mi) and new York is expected by Monday, November 12. In addition, these regions are expected wind gusts of up to 35 miles (56 km) per hour.
A cold front will bring not only wind, but also snow. Most of the snow at the end of this week and early next fall in the Midwest, the Great lakes region and the North-East of the country.
Snow, according to forecasts, will start from Friday evening. In mountainous areas snow can fall so much that the cities have to use snow equipment. Motorists urged to be especially careful on the roads.
But in the West of the country, in California, the situation is quite different. At the end of the week in the North and South of the state will rage strong winds that dry and warm weather can cause forest fires.
The highest fire hazard is projected in the Eastern foothills of the Sierra Nevada and in the Sacramento valley.