Actually looking at it a bit further, it shows an initial weaker wave moving into the GL and then a much stronger system following up the E Coast.
It would leave the N Plains high and dry again but doesn't look half bad for many others on here.
You were the only one who liked the post by @Eugene-5SW that America is exceptionally horrible. The leftist educators have done their job to make you hate America, once called the free world and the land of opportunity. Yes I know those phrases offend you.
Trans people are in PANIC that they may lose their rights to play on teams or use restrooms than match their imagination of what gender they are rather than their biological sex. Christian nationalism, they say. Such rights did not even exist 20 years ago. We're they really such miserable people up until then?
Speaker Johnson is a "threat to America", but he's no more Christian than Abraham Lincoln was.
The same ones who complain theocracy have no problem creating a progressive-ocracy where hard work is punished, inclusion means exclusion of conservatives, capitalism is considered to be unfair and racist, secular humanism is the official religion, and dissenters are humiliated, fired from their jobs or even incarcerated. That would not affect you however. In Orwell's novel, Big Brother had plenty of supporters.
Even though I have never experienced this storm that hit Metro Detroit, it was fascinating just reading it. Sounds like it was one heck of a storm. Snow did not last too long otg though as temps torched a few days later after the blizzard and it was all a memory. For April standards, that storm was very impressive. Too bad it did not happened in the heart of winter. Hopefully, we can all see something like this this winter.
FWIW, the GraphCast model is favoring a system much further south than current deterministic models put it, kicking out into the S Plains/SE and then riding up the E coast.
Very interested to see how this model does this season. This will be a good initial test.