With the front pushing across the Southeast today, severe weather will be confined to Alabama, southern Mississippi and southeast Louisiana as shown on the map below. In that area, storms may produce damaging wind gusts, hail and even a few tornadoes. We have seen many tornado warnings through the morning hours and at least 5 reports of tornadoes.
Tuesday, the severe weather switches to Florida where the storms may again produce damaging wind gusts, hail and perhaps a tornado or two.
It's amazing how fast the cold weather will go away this week. With temps in the single digits and teens this morning in the Plains, by Thursday, temps will rebound back to nr 50 degrees.
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Snow to streak from the Midwest to the Northeast with almost blizzard conditions within that snow. Heavy storms may produce wind damage.
Storm this week will bring snow and heavy thunderstorms. El Nino on the way!
Models remain out of sorts on the storm next week. There will be one with some snow.
Severe weather to start the day... Icy weather tonight... Next week's storm. A lot going on.
Changes are coming but slowly. A little ice Thursday night into Friday morning.
Ice for parts of Texas to Mississippi...Solution on storm next week seems to be out there again.