The storm will certainly be a Big Daddy of a storm for the Rockies and Plains in regards to the blizzard and severe weather. Places like Denver into South Dakota will see over 6 inches of wind-blown snow that will shut down places for at least a day or so. Roads will be closed due to the heavy nature of the snow.
The snow map is the ECMWF total snowfall for this week. I thought it would be something cool to show today.
Severe weather will continue today with Tuesday being the worse day as shown on the map. I do think SPC will go with a moderate risk by Tuesday for the potential of large tornadoes. We should a few supercells today with large hail and a couple of tornadoes, but tomorrow, I think we will see more numerous tornadoes across Kansas and Oklahoma. By Wednesday, we should see a squall line moving across the Mississippi Valley with wind damage, hail and a few more tornadoes.
We may see the tropics get active and produce a storm next week. We could see a storm approaching the US Gulf Coast by the Labor day weekend.
The pattern will bring heavy thunderstorms today and Wednesday. Video reviews the areas where the storms will hit.
No widespread severe weather just a few across the Midwest today.
The pattern is going to switch from the trough in the East to a trough in the West. That means warmth!
Trough in the East for now, but come changes are on the way for next week.
Heavy rains of up to 6 inches will hit New England today. Flooding will occur.