1. The cold air is heading south across the Plains and will undercut the warm air aloft with the result being a wintry mix across the Plains into western Texas. That same cold air mass is coming east this weekend and will overwhelm the Great Lakes and Northeast. We will see heavy lake-effect snow developing Saturday and lasting into Sunday night. The favored northwest flow locations will get amounts over 6 inches with some local amounts of 1-2 feet.
2. It would appear the storm next week will go wide right and just be a rainstorm for the Southeast, perhaps up into New England. I think we need to wait some before the true winter weather hits the Northeast and Appalachians after Thanksgiving.
3. Heavy rains will hit Arizona, so be prepared for some flooding problems in the deserts Friday.
4. Heavy rains may also hit the Southeast next Tuesday and we could see a flood threat across parts of Alabama, Georgia into the Carolinas.
Major snowstorm will hit the Midwest to New England Sunday into Monday.
Snow through Friday followed by a bigger storm in regards to snow this weekend into early next week.
The pattern will continue to produce a couple more snowstorms. The storm this weekend may produce a large swath of snow and wintry mix.
Blizzard continues to rage across New England. More snow is coming with two more storms.
The blizzard will hit tonight and last into Tuesday. This will be an extreme storm for New England.
Major snowstorm starts with workweek as clipper explodes off the coast. It may become a blizzard for New England and NYC.