System from West to "Bowling Ball Eastward" by Week's End

November 14, 2016 01:10 PM

Most of the U.S. has experienced a mild fall and Mike Hoffman, meteorologist of U.S. Farm Report and AgDay, doesn’t see that weather trend ending anytime soon.  However, he is predicting “shots of cold air” to hit most of the country by the end of the week.

By Friday, Hoffman predicts the storm system forming in the Pacific northwest, moving eastward and dip into the eastern part of the country.

Mountain snow showers can be expected from the system, but by the time it reaches the Great Lakes, there might not be any moisture coming from it.

“The arctic air is still bottled up in Canada, so we’re not talking anything real cold, but I am going below normal over the next 30 days for most of the Great Lakes.

Watch Hoffman give his 30-day outlook on U.S. Farm Report above.

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