People fired up snowblowers and dug out their shovels today after the first significant snowstorm of the season dumped between a few inches and 20 inches of snow across the Upper Midwest, blanketing a swath from South Dakota to Michigan.
It will be a cloudy and wet Saturday in the Tampa area.
PIERRE, S.D. – The first significant wintry storm of the season began making its way across the northern Plains and Upper Midwest on Friday, leading to slick roads in some areas.
Rain chances in Tampa area go down a bit today, but a wet weekend is likely due a cool front stalling out south of the region.
The National Weather Service says change is in the air, but the Tampa area won’t get it until early Thanksgiving week. Until then, expect a few more mild, muggy days.
WASHINGTON — Even in a record-breaking hot year for Earth, October stood out as absurdly warm.
Near-record heat and a chance of afternoon showers are in the Tampa-area forecast today ahead of an approaching cold front.
DENVER – A powerful wintery storm dumped heavy snow on parts of Colorado today while bringing the threat of tornadoes to millions in central and southern states.