The website notes the storm is sweeping across the southern High Plains and is expected to hit Amarillo and then head north to Kansas, making its way to Dodge City, Kansas City, and Wichita through Monday.
Driving will be difficult as roads will likely be closed in a number of areas where snow is expected to fall at a rate of two to four inches per hour, according to the site.
In addition, AccuWeather.com reports wind gusts may be as strong as 50 to 60 miles per hour in some areas, which may lead to whiteouts, snow drifting, and dangerous blowing conditions.
According to a Twitter post by meteorologist Brad Panovich, thundersnow is “a positive lightening strike which is 10 times stronger than negative strikes. Very dangerous strikes.”