Not much to add from yesterday. The snows are still coming to the Montana, Wyoming and northern Minnesota tonight into Thursday morning. The map, I think, is still good in regards to amounts.
I downplayed the storms some today. The upper-level low has backed some into eastern Texas, so we don't have a lot of energy on the east side of the trough to get the storms going. It's purely daytime heating that will get the storms to develop and produce some small hail and gusty winds.
Our winter forecast comes out tomorrow. I will be doing my winter forecast in a few weeks.
Low over Florida will drift into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Slow development possible.
Snow along the Front Range of the Rockies...cold weather in the Plains.
The storms will continue to roll east with damaging winds and flash flooding. Snow along the front range of the Rockies.
Severe storms will be ahead of the cold front as it blasts across the East. Get ready for a fall!
A week of extreme weather with flash flooding, severe weather, snow and cold waves.
The pattern will become wild for the next seven days with flooding, severe storms, frost and freezes.