Good morning from snowy Denver, Colorado! It is 1 am and I need to get in bed, but I am too excited over the weather.
I am fortunate to have the opportunity to do a little free-lancing for KMGH-TV in Denver since I am home in the snow and unable to go to my regular job.
So I spent the evening writing a few weather stories. Check them out!
Click here for the one I wrote about CoCoRaHS and here for the one that compares the current storm to one that struck about the same time back in 1997.
Meanwhile I just checked radar and a narrow, but long line of thunderstorms has developed from south-central Kansas into northwest Texas.
You can see this on the 1 am national radar image below.
Out ahead of the storms a tornado watch has been issued for southeast Oklahoma and northeast Texas.
I grew up in Arkansas and have to admit I hate overnight storms, especially when a tornado watch is in effect.
Weather will be a big headline all around the nation today from heavy snow in the Rockies to severe weather in the southern plains to more rain expected in the water-logged southeast.