Today’s model runs have begun to become better in agreement with each other regarding the storm system from the southern Plains into the central portion of the nation Mon-Wed. The runs have shifted warmer and the track of the storm system has shifted further north and west. The forecast track now takes the surface low out of SE CO into the Panhandles of TX/OK and NE into NW MO-NW IN and Ontario, Canada. With this track, accumulating snow would be likely from CO across much of KS/NE/IA/WI and portions of IL/MN/SD/MO.
In addition, models are indicating a secondary storm system developing over the NE Gulf of Mexico and tracking up the eastern seaboard. This solution would provide for significant precipitation from the eastern 1/3 of the nation from the Gulf of Mexico to Maine mid to late next week. This system will also have the potential of delivering accumulating snowfall from NE AL all along the Appalachians and across New England.
Both of the systems will continue to be monitored so please check back often for further updates.