1. The snow across the Upper Midwest will be heavy today into tonight. It seems winter never wants to end for the folks across Minnesota, the Dakotas and Wisconsin. I think some places will get up to a foot of snow between Duluth and Minneapolis. A warming trend is coming so all the snow that falls should melt away rather quickly this week into the weekend.
2. The pattern is setting up for tornadoes to make a return to the Plains next week. The trough will come into the Rockies, and the setup means that storms should develop along the dry line as early as Tuesday evening, but most likely will occur Wednesday and Thursday. Keep in mind, we are very low, which is good, on the number of tornadoes so far this year, but that may begin to change next week.
A busy week with severe weather in the Plains through Saturday. Subtropical storm development the next 24-48 hours.
Early season subtropical storm development this week will be the big story. Severe weather's clogged up in the Plains.
Storms could be strong in the Midwest Sunday. Later next week, pre-season tropical development may occur.
Storms today may produce small hail and gusty winds. Watching the Southeast coast for possible development.
Storms will develop Thursday and they may contain hail and gusty winds.
Interesting weather coming up the next week or so as jet goes through some ups and downs.