1. I posted a map showing the latest snowfall for the first storm. We had about 1-2 inches of now here in State College from a system that was supposed to be marginal, so downstream into the Northeast, expect snow with some accumulations.
2. Next system will come into the Plains with a near blizzard in Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska by late Wednesday into Thursday and severe storms in Texas. A squall line should develop western Texas Wednesday evening and move east during the night. Impacts mainly will be damaging wind gusts and hail with a few tornadoes possible.
Severe weather will highlight the weather pattern through early next week. An unusual chilly airmass coming into the Great Lakes.
A busy six days coming with severe weather once again.
Heavy thunderstorms will develop here and there across the country.
Widespread wind damage today with a few tornadoes mixed in as well.
While the tropics become quiet, the severe weather will continue for at least the next two weeks or more.
Hurricane Arthur to go over the Outerbanks. Beaches in the Northeast get over-washed during high tides. Severe storms today with flash flooding.