6:00 PM CST | December 12, 2018
As of now, the favored area for accumulating snow is across western North Texas from tomorrow afternoon through Friday morning. This still has the potential to shift some over the next 24 hours, depending on the exact track of the system. The evening weather models will have a fresh set of data available, and I will monitor for any changes.
As for severe weather, I do believe a couple low-topped supercells are possible near and east of the surface low. Several models show the surface low near I-35 in North Texas by mid-afternoon. This would place the risk of a couple strong to severe storms generally east of the I-35/35E corridor tomorrow afternoon and early evening. It is an interesting setup, not just in regards to snow, but severe weather as well. What we will see tomorrow is what folks to our north in Kansas and Nebraska often see in the spring months. Moisture and instability are limited, but the cold temperatures aloft can compensate. Hail would be the primary risk, but an isolated Tornado cannot be ruled out. Widespread Severe Weather is NOT expected. Again, I will continue to go over the data and update as needed.