Correction: The JMA model shows the southern cutoff still getting far enough north for there to be a chance for snow with it.
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Fronts will continue to bring occasional cooling to the Southeast, while it gets very warm in Texas and Oklahoma.
A weak storm going by to the north will bring in some reinforcing chilly air near the East Coast this weekend, but otherwise, a warmup is coming over the next week.
Snow is on the way to parts of the South, in fact, two rounds of it!
Bad thunderstorms will hit some areas Thursday night, then colder air will rush in, leading to snow when the next storm moves through this weekend.
A warmup over the next few days helps to feed midweek thunderstorms, then we get chillier again later in the week.