A high-impact winter storm is in the process of developing across the Southern Plains. This winter storm will deliver some of the heaviest snow of the season to this part of the country.
The snow will begin Tuesday night across parts of Colorado and New Mexico, and quickly shift southeast into Kansas, Oklahoma, and the Texas Panhandle by Wednesday morning. The snow will initially be mixed with rain, but temperatures will quickly cool, allow for all snow.
The snow will shift east into parts of Missouri and Arkansas late-Wednesday into Thursday. It is possible a few flurries may mix in with the rain late in the day across northern Texas.
Some hefty accumulations are possible, thus, a Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory is in place for parts of the Texas Panhandle, southwestern Kansas, and northwestern Oklahoma. It is possible these winter weather products get extended farther south and east on Wednesday.