I am @AccuFrank on Twitter, which is the most reliable way to get alerted when I post new stuff. There's also this Facebook fan page thingie, which is not particularly reliable for that but it's good for posting little things where 140 characters won't do them justice ... or if Twitter is down because it's getting bombed by weather people tweeting about a newly named tropical cyclone.
Parts of the Southeast are seeing a prolonged wet and cold period, while farther west it's starting cool but will warm up nicely this week. Actually, it looks quiet for most of the week except for in Virginia and the Carolinas.
This storm has a lot of moving parts and so it's hard to forecast. The models look like they are struggling to get a handle on what will happen, too.
Our next storm in line will cause some severe storms and some snow and ice through St. Patrick's Day. We get a relatively quiet spell after that.
The big storm passing by to the north and trailing cold front will generate some severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.
The midweek storm will bring snow to parts of the South, and some big thunderstorms, too. We're still watching for a potential storm early next week.
We get a nice tast of Spring to start the work week, then it turns colder late in the week behind our midweek storm.