It appears a low pressure system will make a presence in Texas after coming from the Southwest region, but we are not totally sure if that is what the ECMWF portrays. After the low is present in that region, the low pressure system moves in a NNE direction, pulling massive amounts of cold air behind it as the storm system makes its way into Michigan. These cold temperatures are originating from the deep heart of Canada, where temperatures know no bounds. The system appears to be supported by a ridge in the east US/offshore the Southeast coast. This system would be pulling warm air into its system and helping sustain the system. If this was to verify, I could easily see Oklahoma to NW Illinois getting in on some snowy action.
We are closely investigating this system for any flaws and will alert you on our Facebook Page if there are any developments.