This “middle” week of the month of November could turn out to be one of the coldest in a long, long time for the nation as a whole with virtually coast-to-coast colder-than-normal weather conditions. There was a smattering of low temperature records set this morning across the central and western US and numerous records are likely to be set later this week and weekend; especially, across the central states where temperatures could drop to as much as thirty degrees below normal for this time of year.
In terms of snowfall in this unusual early season cold wave, it looks like the first widespread snow of the season will take place from later today into early Wednesday across interior, higher elevation sections of the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US. Later this week, a significant Great Lakes snow event will kick into gear with paralyzing amounts of snow possible in some spots such as Buffalo, New York.
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