It would appear the tornado situation is waning a bit today as the arctic front is under-cutting the warm air in Kansas, western Texas and Oklahoma. The dry line is remaining across western Texas, but that is even getting pinched off as well. Also, the jet is hanging back a bit across the Southwest. All that means that our severe weather event maybe delayed until tomorrow when the dry line can punch out into the Mississippi Valley.
We should see a squall line developing tomorrow across Missouri, Arkansas and eastern Texas that will continue to move east through Thursday.
No changes on the snow area. Looks like Denver is in for a good snowstorm with over 6 inches expected. Snow will head into South Dakota and Minnesota.
A stormy time across the southern Plains today into Saturday. Flooding rains will be the main issue during the period.
Storms will be severe in the southern mid-Atlantic and in the Southern Plains. Tornadoes possible in the Plains Friday.
The focus of the severe weather will be across southern Iowa into western Illnois where storms should develop around the upper-level low.
Storm coming out of the Rockies will bring tornadoes and severe winds to the Plains and Mississippi. Mid-Atlantic has big storms too.
Severe weather will occur this week as a series of storms move across the country.
The pattern will become active in the Plains and Midwest starting Sunday and lasting into next week.