Winter storm Goliath spreads snow, ice and strong winds to Midwest, New England Monday and Tuesday

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Extreme Blizzard Conditions from Goliath

By Weather.com

Winter Storm Goliath will spread a swath of snow and ice accompanied by strong winds through the Midwest Monday and then impact parts of the Northeast Monday night through Tuesday.

Parts of 11 states are under winter storm warnings from north Texas to Michigan as of early Monday morning. Winter weather advisories and winter storm watches are also posted in other areas, including parts of the Northeast.

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LUBBOCK, TEXAS - DECEMBER 27: A highway worker tries to shield himself while walking to his truck on December 27, 2015 in Lubbock, Texas. Coming on the heels of several strong tornadoes, some northern parts of Texas are experiencing blizzard conditions with wind gusts up to 50 mph and as much as 13 inches of snow forecast. (Photo by John Weast/Getty Images)
NEDERLAND, CO - DECEMBER 15: Steve Hauser plows snow in the Caribou Shopping Center in Nederland, Colorado on December 15, 2015. Snow is expected to continue throughout the day. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
NEDERLAND, CO - DECEMBER 15: A yellow lab waits patiently in his owner's snowy old truck along East 1st Street in Nederland, Colorado on December 15, 2015. Snow is expected to continue throughout the day. The dog looked warm and didn't wait long in the car as his owner returned shortly after an errand in the town. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
DENVER, CO - DEC. 15: Anna Renton, 7, right, relaxes while neighbor Graham Langner, 7, has a snow fight with his nanny, Ashely Kish.The Denver metro area received more snow than expected overnight, closing schools across the city with some areas measuring a foot of snow by the early morning. (Photo by Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
LAKEWOOD, CO - DECEMBER 15: Crut Liles clears snow from his walkways outside his home in Lakewood, December, 15, 2015. Many schools in the area are closed due to the snow storm. (Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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In addition to snow, the warm side of Goliath will continue to produce severe thunderstorms and flooding rainfall into Monday. For more on that story, click the link below.

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Saturday night into Sunday, Goliath brought crippling blizzard conditions to the southern High Plains where drifts up to 10 feet high were reported. For more on the major impacts from Goliath, click the link below for a full report.

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Below is an overview of the timing for Winter Storm Goliath followed by the snow accumulation forecast.

Winter Storm Goliath Storm Timing

Monday

The area of low pressure will push towards the Midwest, spreading snow, sleet and freezing rain in a swath from Oklahoma to parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, northern Indiana and northern Ohio. Strong winds gusting to 40 mph will accompany the snow in parts of the Midwest, causing reduced visibility and poor travel conditions in some areas.

A narrow zone across northern Illinois, northern Indiana, southern Michigan and northwest Ohio could see some significant ice accumulations. This includes Chicago where freezing rain is expected into early Monday afternoon (away from the lake) before changing to rain later Monday. The ice combined with strong winds could lead to some broken tree limbs or power outages.

A wintry mix may also develop as far east as western Pennsylvania and southwest New York by afternoon.

Monday night, a thin area of snow will spread from western, central and Upstate New York into western New England before dawn.

The snow in much of central and western New York, as well as Pennsylvania will only be brief, changing to sleet and freezing rain overnight as it spreads into northern New Jersey.The wintry weather should remain to the northwest of the five boroughs of New York City, though a brief period of sleet or freezing rain can't be ruled out. Boston could see some minor accumulating snow overnight Monday night.

Meanwhile, a swath of snow will continue spreading north in the Upper Midwest Monday night from eastern South Dakota and eastern Nebraska to Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Sleet or freezing rain will mix in over the western Great Lakes from parts of southeast Wisconsin to Lower Michigan, with precipitation changing to rain in the southern Great Lakes overnight.

Cities Affected (Daytime): Chicago | Des Moines, Iowa | Kansas City | Milwaukee | Minneapolis | Oklahoma City | Omaha, Nebraska | Wichita, Kansas

Cities Affected (Night): Albany, New York | Boston | Burlington, Vermont | Green Bay, Wisconsin | Minneapolis

Interstates Affected (Daytime): I-35, I-70, I-80, I-90

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Tuesday

Snow may linger in the northern Great Lakes, westward into the northern Plains for a time Tuesday.

In the Northeast, a wintry mix is expected from northeast Pennsylvania into central New England, while snow continues in northern New England. Snow or a wintry mix may linger in northern New England into Tuesday night.

Cities Affected: Bangor, Maine | Albany, New York | Boston | Burlington, Vermont | Marquette, Michigan

Interstates Affected: I-95, I-87, I-91, I-90

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How Much Snow?

Midwest, Plains Forecast

A swath of 5 to 12 inches of snow is forecast from northeast Kansas and eastern Nebraska to Iowa, southeast South Dakota, southern Minnesota, Wisconsin (lighter in southeast) and northern Michigan.

In addition to the snow, some additional ice accumulations could be locally significant from the eastern Texas panhandle into parts of west-central Oklahoma.

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New England Snow Forecast

Some accumulating snow is likely in New England and Upstate New York Monday night through early Wednesday. The heaviest accumulations will be in northern New England and northern New York. Parts of southern New England will see some accumulating snow before changing to a wintry mix or rain.

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Goliath So Far: Blizzard, Snowfall and Wind Reports

Here is a recap of Sunday's blizzard conditions followed by a listing of some of the greatest snowfall amounts by state.

Sunday's Blizzard Recap

Saturday night into Sunday, snow and wind gusts of 40 mph to 60 mph hammered parts of the southern Highs Plains, particularly eastern New Mexico, western Texas and western Oklahoma. Incredibly, a 70 mph wind gust peeled siding off a home in Clovis, New Mexico, Sunday afternoon.

Snow drifts of up to 10 feet were reported in several eastern New Mexico and west Texas counties, where motorists were reportedly stranded due to the severe blizzard conditions.

Three feet of snow fell at Ski Apache in southeast New Mexico. Goliath has dumped up to an estimated 30 inches of snow on Cloudcroft, New Mexico, where strong winds caused power outages as well. El Paso International Airport picked up 8.1 inches of snow, which exceeds their average annual snowfall of 5.5 inches. Parts of the Midland, Texas, metro area picked up 7 inches of snow from Goliath.

Thundersnow was observed in parts of west Texas on early Sunday afternoon, including in San Angelo. Light snow and sleet even fell for a few hours Sunday afternoon in Del Rio, Texas, where the last accumulating snow fell in February 2012.

California
- 28 inches near Soda Springs
- 20 inches at Northstar Ski Resort and Kirkwood Ski Resort

Colorado
- 23 inches southwest of Montrose
- 20 inches near Sharkstooth

Idaho
- 5.7 inches near Notus

Michigan
- 9 inches near Negaunee (Saturday)

Minnesota
- 8 inches in Westbrook (Saturday)
- 2.5 inches as Minneapolis-St. Paul Int'l Airport (Saturday)

Nebraska
- 10 inches in Sidney (Friday-Saturday)
- 6.5 inches in Mullen (Friday-Saturday)

Nevada
- 24 inches at Heavenly Ski Resort
- 22 inches at Mt. Rose Ski Area

New Mexico
Snow:
- 36 inches at Ski Apache
- 30 inches estimated in Cloudcroft and San Ignacio
- 24 inches in Queen, with drifts of 6-7 feet
- 19 inches at Sandia Park
- 18 inches near Artesia
- 15.5 inches near Roswell
- 13.2 inches in Carlsbad
- 12 inches in Las Cruces

Wind:
- 71 mph wind gust at Cannon AFB Sunday
- 71 mph wind gust in Clayton

Oregon
- 14.5 inches near Gold Beach

South Dakota
- 12.8 inches in Hartford
- 12 inches in Spearfish

Texas
Snow:
- Whiteout conditions in Plains, Farwell, Hale Center and Littlefield and other locations.
- 18 inches in Friona
- 9.2 inches at Lubbock NWS office
- 8.1 inches at El Paso International Airport (up to 10 inches northwest of the city)
- 8 inches in Midland

Wind:
- 67 mph wind gust near Olton on Saturday
- 65 mph wind gust near Amherst early Sunday

Utah
- 12 inches at Camp Jackson

Washington
- 4.0 inches near Deer Park

Wisconsin
- 8 inches in Ashland (Saturday)
- 6 inches in Superior (Saturday)

Wyoming
- 13.7 inches near Thayne
- 9 inches near Wilson

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