Looking ahead to Sunday, a powerful system will be nosing into the Plains with a trailing dryline through Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Storm development in this area is more likely in the northern half than the southern half — but anywhere storms form should lead to a risk of severe weather with tornadoes possible.

Moisture is a big limiting factor and will help mitigate the overall risks a bit, as everything else about this day screams big severe weather day. But, as is often the case in March, the front moving south the next couple of days will keep a lid on moisture values with dewpoints generally below 60°F.
We’re watching this one closely and we’ll see what comes of it.