1. The pattern the next 10-14 days will be cold in the East and warm in the West. The flow will be fast and that means some form a storm coming through every day or so.
2. The pattern is not one that will spawn severe weather. That will not happen until April at some point. Gulf of Mexico is running on the cool side, so we need to wait until it warms up some to get the high dew point air to come north.
3. We have a clipper coming through Friday into Saturday with a swath of 1-3 inches of snow, local amounts to 6 inches.
4. Next storm is Sunday, but GFS seems to bury it and the Euro takes it north.
5. The bigger storm cuts into the Great Lakes with heavy snow from Montana to Maine. Parts of Wisconsin can see over a foot of snow from that storm.
6. My feeling regarding snow. If you live north of I-80 you have the best chance for snow. South of I-80 to I-70/76, it's a toss-up, south of there it's rain.
Severe storms will start in the Plains today and spread east Saturday. Storms start over again Sunday.
It will be an active severe weather pattern across the southern Plains the next seven to 10 days.
Storms will develop across the southern Plains today. Storms will have hail and damaging winds.
Active day across parts of Texas and Oklahoma Wednesday afternoon. Storms also in the mid-Atlantic Wednesday.
Severe storms will develop across Pennsylvania into Virginia today. Could be nasty in places.
Snow will hit Colorado through Friday. Severe storms for the next 4 to 5 days.