We are going into another cold weather pattern for next week, which I think might be the last of the really cold air. That does not mean we are totally out of the woods in regards to the chilly weather pattern across the eastern half of the country. The chilly weather should last through at least the first week of April, if not the second week. The AO still shows no signs of going positive so until we see a significant change in the pattern, the chilly weather will still in the East.
We do have a marginal severe weather situation this weekend across the southern Plains followed by some snow on the back side of the arctic front that is coming down later this weekend and early next week.
The High Plains will remain active with severe storms today.
A cold front moving across the Northeast will produce severe storms. The High Plains will also have severe storms and maybe tornadoes.
The bulk of the severe storms will stay on the High Plains today and Tuesday.
Severe weather will hit the Upper Midwest and southern Canada. It could be a tornado day!
Another big day for severe weather. Damaging winds and even a few tornadoes possible today.
Two major days of severe weather. First day in the Ohio Valley and the second day in West Virginia and Virginia.