Further south, from the OH Valley to the Gulf Coast showers and thunderstorms will occur. A slight risk of severe storms is possible through Wednesday morning along the Gulf Coast from LA through the FL panhandle.
On Wednesday, this system will have shifted the rains further east from NY to FL while the next system begins to spin up across the panhandle of TX. This will set up yet another major snow event for the eastern slopes of the Rockies from WY through CO. Very heavy snow is again possible from eastern CO into western KS Wednesday night through Thursday.
Ahead of the storm system, more showers and thunderstorms will be possible for the South and Gulf Coast. There will also be a threat for severe weather across eastern OK/northeast TX/western AR just in advance of the system, Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Main threat will be large hail.
The severe weather threat will shift eastward into the Deep South Thursday afternoon and into the TN/OH Valleys Thursday evening into Friday morning. This could become a widespread event across the TN/MS/AL so be weather aware. If you have not already done so, I encourage you to sign up today for weather call.
Yet another powerful system will eject into the Southern Plains on Saturday and with it, more snow is likely across much of the Rockies into the Dakotas. Possibly yet another blizzard so stay tuned.
The system will shift into the MS/OH/TN Valleys on Sunday. More snow will be likely across much of the upper Midwest with storms, possibly severe again possible along and south of the OH River.
Looks like this pattern will continue through much of next week so for those of you along and north of I-80 yearning for Spring warmth, sorry, as it appears that winter wants to hold on with cold and yet more snow.