A storm system will move across the country this week providing heavy snow to the west along with severe weather and possibly wintry weather to parts of the Southeast

A storm system will bring a plethora of wild weather to many parts of the country this week into the weekend. This storm system will develop and progress east into the Rockies by late week; aiding in a strong push of cold air and quite a bit of lift, which will bring moisture to a good chunk of the West and eventually southern and eastern parts of the country. Most of the western mountain ranges can expect snow with feet in some areas from mid to late week. Get all the details on this system.

Farther south and east, the potential for severe weather will establish itself from Friday through Sunday from eastern Texas, east to the Carolinas as deep moisture and warmth build over the South and Southeast along with favorable lift and shear from the approaching storm system. All modes of severe weather are possible.

Depending on the exact evolution of the upper-level storm system, a chance for wintry weather could make an appearance across parts of the South and Southeast once the severe risk ends by the late weekend. This is still highly uncertain but is being closely monitored and the finer details will be ironed out over the coming days. Get all the details on this storm system, including its impact and timing.

Animated future radar over the next week

Snow forecast over the next week

Precipitation forecast over the next week