Here in the northeast, there has not been a real widespread severe weather outbreak yet this season. But this could change heading into the middle part of next week. Originally the models were showing a major rain event, but now it looks like severe weather. Temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week will climb into the 80's from New England to Ohio. Next, there looks to be more instability in the atmosphere then originally expected. This is still far out, but looking at lots and lots of models, the area with the most extreme severe threat look to be from central Pennsylvania, down to central Virginia, and on the Delmarva. If you think you can understand model forecasts, you can see some of the models I am using in the Featured Weather Graphics page, but here is my overall forecast map for next week's severe weather outbreak. These area's wont change that much through the time leading up to the severe weather outbreak, but this is the forecast!