Snow forecast in northern Plains as severe weather possible for Midwest, Mississippi Valley

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Another day and night of severe weather will be possible Wednesday for parts of the Midwest and upper and middle Mississippi Valley.  

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Severe storm threat
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A strong cold front will crash into record-breaking warmth, bringing the threat of large hail, strong and damaging winds, heavy rain and tornadoes.  

Futuretrack
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Not far behind the front, snow and a wintry mix will fall for parts of the northern Plains and the temperatures will drop significantly as the cold air pushes to the southern and eastern U.S.  

Temperature shifts
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Temperatures will be 25-40 degrees above average ahead of this storm system, with some cities feeling the warmest December temperatures of all time. 

Snow forecast for the West
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The West remains active with heavy snow for the mountains and rain along the coast, from the Northwest down into California.

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