Dont know if there is anybody has been paying attention but looks like there is at least a better than normal chance (id say 55-60%) of another substantial snowstorm, pretty much like the last one, happening midweek. Here is the details from a weather website I frequent- the guy was 100% correct with the last one so I trust him quite a bit-- The upper air low gradually lift out as we head through Tuesday and things look fairly quiet for Tuesday and Wednesday. Then as mentioned, there are still indications from the models that a fairly powerful winter storm will develop in the central Plains and move into the NW and northern Midwest by Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. All of the models are now onto this idea, which certainly increases the confidence that it will occur, but we are still not yet to the point where I feel highly confident the storm will occur. Confidence has gone from around 50% yesterday to around 65% today. If things were to develop as most of the models indicate, a band of 8-12"+ snows would fall from eastern NE into much of IA, the southeast Â½ of MN, the northwest 2/3rds of WI and most of the UP. Lake Enhancement of the snows could lead to some heavier totals in the UP. Rains would change to snow in SE WI as well as northern IL and most of lower MI and the change over could occur fast enough Christmas Eve that 2-5" of snow could fall by Christmas Day in those areas.