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Michigan – 17.7 inches Michigan is the only state that is currently in a winter storm.
Snow accumulation is only a few inches in the state.
While it may be too early to call this a major snow event, snow is a very serious issue in the Upper Peninsula.
While snow will likely remain an issue for much of the week, snow on highways and roads will likely start to melt and it will be possible for snow to accumulate on a snow plow on the weekend.
Michigan will have some early snow on Friday.
Illinois – 14.9 inches Illinois is still getting hammered with snow, but the early season storms have brought some relief.
It’s possible for some snow to fall early next week, but snow will begin to melt on the west side of the state sometime around Saturday.
Snow will begin forming on Saturday and Sunday, but will be less likely to form in the central Illinois and southern Illinois region.
Minnesota – 15.3 inches Minnesota has seen more than 15 inches of snow in recent weeks.
The snow has been particularly hard on the east side of Minnesota.
There have been multiple instances of people stuck on Interstate 94 on Saturday night, forcing them to take shelter in cars, but it is not clear if the snow has caused any injuries.
It will be difficult to see how much snow accumulates on roads in the area, but conditions are likely to get a lot worse as the week progresses.
Mississippi – 18.4 inches Mississippi has had more than 10 inches of rain in a single day this week, with more than a foot of snow already falling in Mississippi.
It has also had snow falling in the Mississippi River Valley, with a foot falling on the city of Jackson.
Weather is forecast to continue to be dangerous on Friday and Saturday in Mississippi, and there are some very serious potential for snow on Saturday.
Montana – 15 inches Montana has had some of the most severe storms on the East Coast, and the rain has caused some serious flooding.
There is no immediate threat to Montana, but heavy rain is possible over the weekend and could lead to flooding and road closures.
The storm system could continue to move west and east, bringing more snow and potentially damaging snow and ice.
Nebraska – 16.5 inches Nebraska is in a severe winter storm that has been making life a living hell for people on the eastern side of town.
Some of the heaviest rain in the country this week has fallen on the Cornhusker State, bringing snow on roads and roadsides, with snow and high winds in the forecast.
The National Weather Service has issued a major winter storm watch for Nebraska.
The watch has been in effect since the end of October and it includes the Nebraska city of Omaha.
Nevada – 13.3 feet Nevada has been dealing with a major fire situation in the Las Vegas area this week.
At least three homes have been destroyed, including a home near the Las Vegans in Las Vegas.
New Hampshire – 17 inches New Hampshire has been hit with heavy snowfall, but is still able to see some rain.
There has been some minor snowfall on the roads and highways in the New Hampshire area, and some snow will fall over parts of the area Saturday night.
The heavy snow is expected to continue through Sunday, and a significant amount of snow is possible on Saturday morning.
North Carolina – 18 inches North Carolina has had a lot of rain and it has forced people to shelter in place in the snow, which has caused a lot more damage to homes.
However, the state has not seen any significant snowfall and it is possible for a bit of snow to form on roads.
It is also possible that some snow could form overnight.
Ohio – 15 inch Ohio has had about 12 inches of precipitation in the past week, and it appears that some of that precipitation has fallen into the mountains.
It appears that the heaviest snowfall will fall in the eastern Ohio area on Friday night, and that will bring some significant rain and a lot colder temperatures.
Oklahoma – 13 inches Oklahoma has had very heavy snow in the Oklahoma Panhandle, with the heaviest amounts falling in Fort Worth.
In addition to severe weather conditions, people in the Panhandle have been experiencing power outages due to the heavy snow.
The heaviest snow has fallen in the far northeast Oklahoma City area, with about a footfall on Saturday evening.
The Oklahoma City metro area has also seen a number of reports of power outage problems.
Oregon – 16 inches Oregon has had three major wildfires in the last week.
There are still reports of some snow on some roads, but no significant accumulation.
Pennsylvania – 16 to 18 inches Pennsylvania has had 16 to 20 inches of the worst snow on record this week in some parts of northern and western Pennsylvania.
The storms have caused significant flooding in some areas.
The state of Pennsylvania has a severe fire warning and has declared a mandatory evacuation order.
Rhode Island – 17