I updated the map to allow for snow into eastern Kansas and western Missouri tonight. I still can't believe we are still talking about snow on May 2, but that's what we have. Overnight, we have seen up to 14 inches of snow across parts of southeast Minnesota into western Wisconsin. More snow will fall during the day, but the late spring sun should melt a lot of it away as it falls.
As the upper-level low re-forms across Kansas tonight, we should see wrap-around snow into Missouri, Iowa and Kansas, and a narrow band of heavy snow will once again hit areas just shy of the Kansas/Missouri state line. Kansas City will get at least 2-4 inches of snow with some 6-inch amounts in the suburbs.
Surprisingly, the GFS has 1-2 inches of snow in Memphis and northern Mississippi Sunday morning, which is probably way overdone; however, stranger things have happened this week.
A cold front will produce severe storms across the Midwest Saturday. Odile's remains will bring more flooding problems.
Heavy rains from Odile will spread across southern New Mexico into Texas. Flash flooding may occur.
Dangerous flooding will occur as Odile heads into southern Arizona.
Odile will bring some serious flooding to parts of Arizona into New Mexico.
Flash flooding will be the big story across the Southwest this week.
Low over Florida will drift into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Slow development possible.