We don’t always geek out but goodness look at this textbook evolution of a winter system over the South-Central United States!

Snow is falling, with some heavy totals and major travel impacts, across portions of Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.

Meanwhile there’s a quick transition to rain and then severe weather as you move from northwest to southeast. The same dynamics at play here also are at play on a much smaller scale with the supercells we chase.

Back to looking at radar and satellite loops!