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Heavy Storms in Texas and Louisiana. Slow Cold Push

January 8, 2013; 12:36 PM ET

Image shows the area of severe weather for today. I think that tomorrow may be the bigger of the two days as the upper-level low over Mexico comes over Texas and becomes more negative in the tilt. While I think heavy rains and flooding will be major problems, hail, damaging wind gusts and perhaps a few tornadoes will occur as well through Tuesday. More severe weather is possible later this week.

No major changes on the snow for this weekend. The push of cold air will be gradual coming east. Each wave of low pressure that runs up the cold will not only push the cold air along, will also produce some snow on the back end of the low. It will take until the end of next week for the cold air to reach the East Coast.

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