A storm coming out of the Four Corners will cause high winds, tornadoes and flooding rains through at least Tuesday, perhaps even later, as it marches across the eastern two-thirds of the nation. The long range is looking colder.
We are still on track for a severe thunderstorm outbreak tomorrow, including some tornadoes, in the middle of the nation. The threat diminishes into Thursday as the storm moves toward the East Coast. After that, we see a quiet spell.
The storm system that ingested Patricia is slowly heading east and will bring a soaking to much of the Southeast. It will be a chilly soaking in many areas as as Canadian air invades. There is concern for another round of heavy rain next weekend back in Texas.