A couple storm systems connected by frontal boundaries will be progressing eastward, provoking showers and thunderstorms across the Southeast into portions of the South Plains. As for severe weather, not much is expected due to the loss of daytime heating in the atmosphere. A cold front will be trailing behind the system, but the main frontal area will be way off in Texas, while the only part that may produce some showers will be just a small area in Louisiana.
A storm system coming onshore will produce some mountain snows and rain in lower elevations. Winds will be gusty in the mountains as a cold front moves eastward. No severe weather is expected, but any major snows that fall may have an avalanche risk due to the gusty winds.
Snow and rain showers will move through the region overnight. Nothing major is expected, but some slick roads could result from either form of precipitation.
A high pressure system will be invaded by a storm system, though it will not be producing any precipitation as of yet. The South Plains should keep an eye out, however.