WINTER STORM TAYLOR FORECAST: MINNESOTA, NEBRASKA, OTHER MIDWEST STATES SNOWFALL TOTALS COULD REACH ONE FOOT | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

WINTER STORM TAYLOR FORECAST: MINNESOTA, NEBRASKA, OTHER MIDWEST STATES SNOWFALL TOTALS COULD REACH ONE FOOT

A winter storm is bearing down on the Central Plains and the Midwest heading into the weekend and some areas could see more than a foot of snow by the time it’s all over. The storm, called Winter Storm Taylor by The Weather Channel, was expected to start dropping snow in the area as early as Friday night.

On Friday, the storm was making its way across the west eastwards to the Central Plains and the Midwest where it was then expected to bring more snow. Cyclogenesis was expected to occur Friday night and early Saturday east of the Rockies, according to the National Weather Service. This happens when the low-pressure system intensifies into a stronger cyclone movement, according to the NWS.

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