Thursday, November 17, 2016
At 700mb, temperatures vary almost 40 degrees across the state of Minnesota, allowing for avlarge amount of frontogenesis. This process of cold air brushing into warm air creates a large scale rolling motion in the atmosphere and aids in favoring upward motion where we expect the heaviest snow.
We seem to be headed towards a more active winter pattern, with more snow chances next week and beyond. More info always on my twitter account: Link