1. The severe weather should not be as bad as it was yesterday. Mainly what we will see are storms that will produce wind gusts and hail from Oklahoma to North Carolina. That does not mean a few tornadoes will not be mixed in, but it will be nothing like we saw around Dallas yesterday.
2. Next week I still think the models are way too cold over a large area of the East. Granted a cold front will come through to bring some cooler air, but it's not the cold blast of the decade coming. It's not out of the question that parts of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire will get some snow next week as a storm tries to form off New England.
The heat is on from the Plains into the East.
The storms will continue around the edge of the heat wave.
Severe storms will be moving around the ridge of high pressure whish is producing the high heat.
Heat wave will build in the Plains as temperatures will hit the 100s. That heat is heading east this weekend.
A cold front moving through the Northeast will bring heavy storms. High heat will build in the Plains and spread across the East.
The stormy weather will remain in the Plains today and probably tomorrow before the heat builds in.