I am posting the map for the Sunday into Monday storm, although I do see the new GFS did go a little north with the storm, but the trend will be to go south again because the model is blowing too much warm air into the storm. The upside of the storm is high snow accumulations once again. I can see over 6 inches of snow along the track of the storm. If it blows up along the coast like yesterday, we could see over a foot of snow.
Before that clipper, another clipper will bring a wide area of a coating to 3 inches of snow from the northern Plains to the Ohio Valley and Northeast Friday night into Saturday.
The central Plains will have a significant outbreak of severe weather including large tornadoes. The tropical system will head toward the Southeast coast.
The Plains will have more active days of severe weather with the potential for tornadoes. The Southeast coast has a tropical threat this weekend.
The Plains will have severe weather the next several days with Thursday being the big day. Tropics may produce a storm that could impact the Southeast coast.
The Plains will have several days of severe weather including tornadoes. The tropics could heat up next week off the Southeast coast.
The storms will return to the High Plains and some will be severe this weekend.
More heavy rains and flooding for eastern Texas today. That area of heavy rains head northeast to the mid-Atlantic.