More soaking rains and severe storms are coming to Oklahoma and Texas in the coming days, while parts of the Southeast are barely able to buy a drop.
The setup remains favorable for wind, hail and flood producing thunderstorms to hit Texas and Oklahoma. Meanwhile, the Southeast will stay relatively quiet through this weekend.
More waves of rain and severe storms will hit west of the Mississippi the next several days while cooler air gets directed into the Southeast.
The weather pattern will favor more stormy weather in the southern Plains this week and less action in the Southeast. There is one difference this week, though, that cooler air will infiltrate much of the South.
It won't be totally quiet in the Southeast but the main action will remain in the area west of the Mississippi, where it will remain stormy and soggy.
Active weather will continue west of the Mississippi for several days but it's looking quieter near the East Coast.
Ana will bring some wind and a lot of rain to parts of the Carolinas through Monday. Meanwhile, severe thunderstorms including tornadoes will hit hard west of the Mississippi.
The daily attacks of severe weather will continue through Sunday west of the Mississippi. Saturday is looking bad. The tropical critter off of South Carolina remains the main story for the Southeast until early next week when the weather pattern starts moving again.
More rounds of severe storms and downpours will hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma in the coming days and the picture is getting clearer for our storm off the Southeast Coast.
Severe storms and floods will remain a concern for the next several days in the southern Plains while the critter now over the Bahamas drifts north.