A Couple of Comments
1. The inflow of warm, humid air will hit the front from Oklahoma to Kentucky. Within that area as shown on the map, storms may contain damaging wind gusts and large hail. With the air getting cold aloft, hail may be the bigger factor.
2. Models are still not in good agreement on the moisture from Miriam into Texas. Euro is much wetter while the GFS has backed off. Our thinking is that low-level center from Miriam goes out to the Pacific while the moisture streams off to the northeast into Texas.
A cold and wintry weather pattern setting up prior to the Holidays.
Cold air spreads out across much of the country and leads to a battle ground of snow and ice in the East.
Lake snows will be heavy in some of the traditional NW flow locations.
Storm will bring a lot of wild weather the next 24 hours.
A storm will bring wintry weather and severe weather as well. Not the best prior to Thanksgiving.