Long-Term: *Potential Significant Severe Weather Possible On Monday* This term will begin with our severe weather threat on Monday. This will start as two pieces of energy merge together just west of the state and begin to bring in southeasterly winds across the state. At the same time, shear profiles will begin to go off the charts across our area as the low begins to deepen just to our west. At this time, there is still some low lying uncertainty regarding Monday's threat. However all of the computer models are in a general agreement that we will see a powerhouse low develop just to the west/northwest of the state and track to the northeast. Threats include: Tornadoes, Damaging Winds and Large Hail. Thanks to the high shear, storms will have a hard time developing into a line so they will be super-cell thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes, damaging winds and hail. This system will swing a cold front through our area on the day on Tuesday and look for much cooler/drier conditions as we head towards the latter part of your work week.