>TOMORROW (APRIL 2)
Tomorrow, an area of precipitation will move out of the Ohio Valley and off the coast of the East.
High pressure down South will keep the South, Plains and Midwest dry.
That will be following a cold front.
There will be a low pressure system up in the Northwest creating some snow and rain in the general region.
It will be a quiet day tomorrow. The Midwest will be warming up. Quite literally, tomorrow will be the calm before the storm.
SHORT RANGE (APRIL 3)
The severe weather situation will begin with storms developing in the South Plains. Those storms will expand northwards to later impact the Midwest. These storms could eventually create a widespread severe weather outbreak, with potentially a tornado outbreak in the Plains.
LONG RANGE (UNTIL APRIL 6)
The severe storms will continue into the Southeast and intensify, creating some problems for the region. It is too early to tell exact threats.