Isolated severe thunderstorms are possible on Monday for the Southern US. Heavy snowfall is likely with blizzard conditions possible at times from the Central Plains into the Midwest.
The chance of severe thunderstorms will be isolated to parts of Southwestern Tennessee, Eastern Mississippi, the Western Florida Panhandle, and Alabama. Primary threats will likely include damaging winds in excess of 60 mph and hail, however, an isolated tornado or two could develop in the strongest storms.
Falling temperatures across the Central Plains will allow for moderate to at times heavy snow across much of the region. Accumulations will likely average 4-8 inches with some areas likely to see in excess of 10 inches. Periods of freezing rain and sleet may diminish the amounts of snow in some areas. Additionally, strong northerly winds will create blizzard conditions across much of the region throughout the day with low visibilities and snow drifts possible.