Severe weather is possible over the next several days in the Central Plains.
As the United States transitions into fall, unsettled weather will be possible over portions of the country throughout the upcoming days.
Saturday, October 9
Saturday marks the first day of the multi-day severe threat.
A system in the Colorado Rockies will move into the Central Plains, and a weak low pressure system will deepen and move into South Dakota this afternoon.
Thunderstorms will be possible as the unstable air mass moves over the state. Severe storms are possible in the afternoon and late evening. Hail, heavy rain and strong winds will be the main threats. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
Storms will continue to be possible throughout the night for the upper Midwest.
Sunday, October 10
Sunday's threat is one that meteorologists have been watching for days.
Moisture will make its way from the Gulf of Mexico and combine with strong winds aloft in Oklahoma. This will set the stage for the development of strong thunderstorms and supercells.
The greatest threat with these storms is from northcentral Texas through Oklahoma and southern Kansas. Parts of Arkansas also has a chance at seeing this severe weather.
Tornadoes are possible with these storms, along with damaging winds and large hail.
Monday, October 11
The same system that brought severe weather to Oklahoma will continue to move eastward, bringing severe weather threats to the Mississippi Valley and upper Great Lakes regions late Sunday into early Monday.
Throughout the day on Monday, ingredients to create severe weather all look to be in place to create more severe storms across the Midwest and Great Lakes.
Strong to severe storms are possible with anything that develops. These storms have the potential for hail, damaging winds, and a couple of tornadoes.
These storms will continue in the Midwest and extend into lower Michigan through the evening and into the overnight hours.
Tuesday, October 12
While this is still far out, Tuesday has the potential for another strong severe weather setup in the Central Plains.
The system that will bring snow to the Rocky Mountains will make its way into Kansas and Oklahoma on Tuesday.
Models are suggesting that this could be a stronger system than the one forecasted for Sunday.
Stay with FOX Weather as this severe weather develops.