I did my first snow map of the season for the push of cold air coming down the front range of the Rockies. The typical upslope regions of Montana and Wyoming will see 3-6 inches of snow with snow flakes mixed with the rain coming out into the Dakotas. As the storm wraps up Thursday, a band of 1-3 inches will develop across northern Minnesota into western Ontario.
The typhoon did recurve in the Pacific and that means by next weekend, colder weather is coming into the Great Lakes and Northeast. I can see snow showers developing early next week across the Great Lakes. There is a big difference between the Euro and GFS on the extent of the cold air, but given the track record of the Euro, I am sticking with the GFS solution on the cold air next week.
The other map below depicts the areas of heavy storms today and Tuesday. Mainly hail and gusty winds will be the main impacts.
Storms will be in the Plains through the weekend, and some places may see strong winds and hail.
Severe weather today may feature damaging winds and tornadoes. Look pout Virginia and The Delmarva.
The outbreak of severe weather starts late today and lasts through tonight. Starts over again in the Mid-Atlantic Thursday afternoon.
Severe weather event Wednesday into Thursday could produce numerous tornadoes and wind damage reports.
Heavy storms today and Tuesday. A cluster of storms could bring some nasty weather later Wednesday through Thursday.
Andrea continues to move north up the coast with heavy rains and tornadoes.