Wanted to go ahead and kick off a thread for the potential setup on Tuesday. Won't go into too much detail as it would be pointless this far out. Though currently several hundred miles apart, both the GFS and the NAM depict a negatively-tilted closed circulation at 500mb. Broad area of >60 to near 70 Td's are forecasted to push up across the western half of Missouri into southeastern NE based on the 00Z 4/16 runs. Obviously the models have been overdoing the moisture so far this spring as they are prone to do. However, if mid-60 Td's can be realized with surface temps in the mid to upper 70's, LCL's would be low enough to support the possibility of tornadoes. NAM showing srongly backed surface winds with 850-mb winds out of the south and 500-mb winds out of the southwest which would provide nicely curved hodographs. Will obviously have to see what the future holds but it bears watching.