A snow storm will hit Canada and Dakota this week

Experts expect up to 6 inches of snow in some areas this week.

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The same Pacific storm that left several inches of water on the country’s west coast, It will cross the Rocky Mountains and bring a lot of snow in southern Canada, Dakota and Minnesota in the middle of this weekAccording to AccuWeather. On the other hand, the storm’s southern edge will bring heavy rains to the southeastern United States.

Cold rain will fall on the north of the Great Plains on Wednesday, causing a decrease in it Temperatures could reach 30 degrees Fahrenheit in some areas on Wednesday. As the storm intensifies later that day, cold air will push it south, turning water into snow over both Dakota and Minnesota late Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

According to meteorologists, the storm will slow on Thursday and will be centered over Lake Superior, where it is expected to leave up to a foot of snow in Ontario and Winnipeg. On the same day, they estimated it would leave 3 to 6 inches of snowfall in Fargo and Grand Forks, North Dakota through Friday.

On the other hand, Wisconsin and Iowa could see some rain by Friday noon. If Minneapolis receives snow, it will be the first season for the city to see regular snow during the early days of November.

The same storm can generate gusty winds of up to 70 miles per hour in parts of Midwest such as Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and Springfield, Illinois as well as Bismarck in North Dakota. These winds will be strong enough to destroy large trees and power lines, so forecasters have recommended forecasting.

Experts say the storm may clear up once it hits the weekend, but temperatures won’t drop. They added that another cold system is likely to leave snowfall as Canada’s cold winds move east as the days go by, Followed by colder winter winds.

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