Looking at all the models this morning, there seems to be no consensus on the storm next. The GFS continues to track a weaker low along the front with some snow north of the low and warm/rain south of it. The ECMWF shows no consistency run to run and now has a storm that tracks from the Plains to the Northeast. The strongest of the models is the ECMWF control run that continues to show an extreme storm at 976 mb, but it too has been playing games with the track of the storm. The bottom line is there is no consensus between the models, so my best guess right now would for a storm to track along the cold front with a band of 1-6 inches of snow from Missouri to New England. If you are south of the storm, it will be on the warm side with rain.
The bulk of the severe storms will stay on the High Plains today and Tuesday.
Severe weather will hit the Upper Midwest and southern Canada. It could be a tornado day!
Another big day for severe weather. Damaging winds and even a few tornadoes possible today.
Two major days of severe weather. First day in the Ohio Valley and the second day in West Virginia and Virginia.
Two potential nasty days of severe weather due to a highly unusual strong jet stream moving through,
A series of fronts moving acorss the East will cause severe storms.