Most of the South will see it turn quieter and cooler for a while starting this weekend. But, we may still see some trouble down the road coming out of the tropics.
The next few days will bring some tornadoes to the southern Plains states.
While we will see freezing temperatures in parts of the Southeast the next couple of mornings, later this week it will warm up and finally there is no more serious cold in sight.
The next few days look generally less stormy and the main concern is becoming cold it will get the next few nights.
Here's an update from the other day, in general not much has changed with south and west Texas staying relatively busy for a while and a chilly shot headed to the Southeast.
The next few days look pretty busy with rain and storms, but then a chilly air mass will move in and cause some frost and a freeze farther south than we want to see this time of year.
It looks as though we'll see some severe storms and drenching downpours west of the Mississipi over the next few days. One last cold snap will follow this weekend.
The pesky slow-moving storm in the Southeast will move out and when it does it will warm up. However, another chilly shot is lurking.
The storm over the middle of the country will be slow to move east and has access to a lot of moisture that it can wring out over the Southeast. Behind it comes unsual cold, maybe leading to flurries!
It looks as though the next front to move through will generate at least a few severe thunderstorms, and it may stall and generate some big rain while moving through the Southeast, too.