Here's an update on the severe storm and tornado risk for the first part of the week. Behind the stormy weather, it will turn colder again.
A powerful storm will bring severe storms to parts of the South though the first part of the workweek, then much colder air arrives behind the storm. Opportunities for snow and ice will follow.
Warmer air will spread over the South this weekend and early next week while a powerful storm forms over the Southwest. This storm will cause a severe weather outbreak over a large part of the South next week, including tornadoes.
A storm and front converging on Florida will generate thunderstorms, some severe with lots of rain, through Thursday. Otherwise, we're heading into a quiet and warm spell that will last into early next week.
The blizzard still hitting parts of the South is winding down for us and behind it we will be quiet the next few days, giving us time for cleanup. We're still watching for a storm late next week but odds seem against much snow with it now.
A large chunk of the South will see snow, ice and high wind through Saturday while severe weather threatens some others. Behind it, there will be a few quiet days but we're seeing potential for another winter storm in a week. Batten y'all's hatches (words with two apostrophes, that's what I like about the South).
One storm will pass through I-40 and north tonight and tomorrow with some snow, but the big event is Thursday through Friday as the storm moving into the West now causes a variety of big problems.
A small storm at midweek will cause snow for parts of the south, then a big storm later in the week will be multi-faceted. Details remain sketchy about the late week storm, though.
The workweek will be cold to start but then the cold will ease. At the end of the week, it looks as though we will have a storm to deal with but what form will it take? Can we see some southern snow?
A storm crossing the Southeast tonight will bring some bad thunderstorms to Florida with soaking rains into Georgia and a stripe of a little snow, too. We have perhaps two more opportunities to see snow in the South again before it warms up in about a week.