he next wintry storm in the queue will follow on the heels of a rain and snow storm during the middle of this week and another winterlike storm predicted to unfold late this week.
AccuWeather Global Weather Center – December 12, 2019 – A tenacious weather pattern will yield more frequent storms than normal - every two to four days - across the central and eastern U.S. through Christmas.
The persistent badgering by Mother Nature is expected to have a significant negative impact on travel and shipping prior to the holidays, according to AccuWeather meteorologists.
The next wintry storm in the queue will follow on the heels of a rain and snow storm during the middle of this week and another winterlike storm predicted to unfold late this week.
A storm will eye the Central and Eastern states with another round of snow and ice early next week after it pushes in from the Pacific Ocean, crosses the Northwest and struggles over the Rockies late this week and this weekend.
As the storm emerges over the central and southern Plains, it will tap into Gulf of Mexico moisture and begin to produce moderate precipitation late in the weekend.
A swath of snow and wintry mix that includes some ice is likely to break out over portions of Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas later Sunday and Sunday night.
Portions of Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia will endure wintry weather on Monday, as snow and a wintry mix spread eastward.