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Saturday, March 14th. State,CDC, WHO Reports & National Weather Service Outlook Live Forecast Feeds with Live Radar for Chicago, Michiana, Milwaukee, and Indianapolis. Brought to by Creative Carpet and Flooring

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General in his regular media briefing on March 11, 2020 stated that WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction. WHO therefore have made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.


Closing Information

Please check with your individual organizations or schools with regard to their status. This situation has become too fluid for any media outlet to track. Below is the information on schools in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.

All Illinois Schools Will Be Closed at the direction of the Governor

All Indiana Schools will eventually be closed. However, some have opted to close on different dates. Please check the website or other social media for your individual school system.

All Michigan K-12 schools to close for 3 weeks due to coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Gov. Tony Evers has directed the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to mandate a statewide closure of all K-12 schools.


CDC Information on COVID-19

World Health Organization (WHO) Information on COVID-19

State Reports

Illinois


Indiana

Indiana Guidance Statement

(March 13, 2020) Gov. Holcomb Announces Additional Actions to Help Public Respond to COVID-19


Michigan


Wisconsin


Weather

Chicago

An area of wet snow, possibly mixed with rain initially, is expected to move across portions of the area this morning and into the afternoon. Minor slushy snow accumulations are possible well south of I-80, mainly on elevated or grassy surfaces with one to three inches expected. Snowfall rates may be heavy enough to result in a coating on road surfaces. Seasonably cool and dry conditions will then return tonight night through Sunday night with warmer temperatures on Monday.

Chicago Live Radar

Michiana

A disturbance will bring rain and snow chances to the parts of the area today. Initially, snow should move into west-central Indiana this morning before spreading northwards towards Hwy 30. As this snow spreads northwards, temperatures are expected to warm enough to cause the snow to change to a rain and snow mix. The far southwestern portion of the forecast area (south of SR 24 and west of Hwy 31) could see light snow accumulations of 1 to 2 inches on grassy and elevated surfaces. Roads should not be impacted due to warm ground and air temperatures above freezing. Areas closer to Hwy 30 will see a complete change over to rain by midday. Rain and snow come to an end this evening. Dry and gradually warming conditions expected into the start of next week.



Michiana Live Radar

Milwaukee

Cloudy and cooler conditions are expected today with a chance for a few sprinkles and flurries across far southern WI near the IL border. Start a warming trend on Sunday into early next week with a brief round of light rain Monday night into Tuesday. Then things begin to look unsettled towards the end of the week with increasing rain and snow chances.

Milwaukee Live Radar

Indianapolis


Indianapolis Radar

National Weather Outlook


National Radar Mosaic

12 Hour Precipitation

National Discussion and Travel Weather

By Tate of the NWS

  • Wet weekend in store for the Southern Plains to Ohio Valley
  • Multiple feet of snow forecast for the Sierra Nevada as the Northwest also receives heavy snow
  • Frigid temperatures from the Northern Great Basin to Northern High Plains

A frontal boundary is expected to meander across the Southern Plains, Lower Mississippi Valley, and Southeast over the weekend. Moisture inflow into the vicinity of this front will create rain chances along and north of it. 1 to 2 inches of rain could occur in portions of the Mississippi Valley to the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys through Saturday night, and localized flooding is possible. Along the north side of the precipitation, mix or snow is expected for parts of the Middle Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley and Central Appalachians, with a couple of inches of snow forecast. Then on Sunday, rain and thunderstorms will refocus farther west across the Southern Plains, with a few strong storms and locally heavy rain possible. Scattered showers are expected farther east in the Southeast as well.

An upper-level low is forecast to drift southward across the eastern Pacific very slowly through the weekend, with stalled frontal systems at the surface. These features will lead to persistent precipitation in parts of the West. Rain is expected to spread along the California coast, with snow or mixed precipitation in the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. Higher elevations could see heavy snow, especially the Sierra Nevada–where snow over the next two days alone will be measured in multiple feet. Elsewhere across the Shastas, Sawtooth Mountains, and Wind River Mountains and Tetons should also receive heavy snow in higher elevations. Persistent snow in parts of Montana through Sunday morning could create additional snow totals over 6 inches there. Later Sunday, light snows are forecast to move east from Montana into the north-central tier.

The frontal boundaries should divide colder than average temperatures to the north (from the Central Plains to Middle Mississippi Valley and Ohio Valley) from warmer than average temperatures to the south (along the Gulf Coast states). Meanwhile, the largest temperature anomalies are forecast for the Northern Great Basin to Northern Rockies and Northern High Plains. Parts of Montana in particular could see high temperatures 40 degrees below normal on Saturday.


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