The snow has moved into the Plains and is currently falling across Kansas into Missouri. Denver and Boulder both had impressive snow yesterday and overnight with up to a foot around Boulder and 3-6 inches around Denver. I think the snow map I have out for the snows from Kansas to Maine looks good this morning with a swath of 4+ inches from Indiana to northern Maine. Keep in mind that this is a heavy wet snow with the potential to cause power outages.
The Dam Breaking High Wind event will occur across the Mid-Atlantic tomorrow afternoon. I have a post out for that event. Winds during the frontal passage may gust over 40 mph with thunder. The focus of the event is from eastern PA into NJ and The Delmarva/Eastern Maryland.
We talked about the frost and freezes following the snowstorm. Please check the NWS frost and freeze advisories for your area to see how cold it will be to protect flowers and fruit trees from damage the next 3 days.
The next issue will be the severe weather event from Texas and across the South Friday to Saturday. The warm front may activate and produce severe storms, flash flooding and perhaps tornadoes from Texas to Alabama. It does appear we may have a severe weather event next week across the eastern Plains into the Tennessee valley Tuesday and Wednesday.