After a high impact winter storm earlier this month, perhaps the last thing you want to hear about is the potential for more wintry weather in the South? I guess the exception might be kids wanting to get yet another snow day!

As usual, the setup for snow, sleet and freezing rain in the South requires a delicate balance of having enough cold air in place, the track of low pressure and moisture availability. Since it takes the perfect marriage of the above mentioned factors, there is usually a large amount of uncertainty when looking at potential winter storms several days away.

This latest potential wintry threat is no different as a couple of disturbances aloft dive southward through the Rockies and Plains and eventually lead to low pressure development along the Gulf Coast. From there, the low will then track to near or off the Southeast coast where it will intensify.

Read more at The Weather Channel