And we have another <990mb low in the Plains... Forecast models indicate another strong upper-level trough will move out of the western US and into the plains during the middle of next week. As it is 5 days out, the timing may change, obviously. Yet again, it appears, at this time, that moisture return will be the biggest question mark, and that will depend upon the amount of time for moisture return and how far the cold front associated with the current cyclone makes it into the Gulf. The NAM at 84hrs is more favorable for moisture return (extrapolating to 108hrs, or Wednesday afternoon/evening), with >60F Tds just southeast of Dallas - Fort Worth; the GFS is less favorable, indicating another marginal-moisture setup. Regardless, flow will be very strong at all levels (e.g. >50kts at 850mb from Texas to Minnesota), and the environment should be characterized by very strong low-level and deep-layer shear. The system looks like it'll eject a little farther north than the current system, so I included Nebraska in the thread.