A warm-up for the Corn Belt into next week; scattered rains on the Plains, southeastern U.S.

As high pressure shifts eastward, a Midwestern and Northeastern warming trend will commence during the Memorial Day weekend, although mostly dry weather will persist.

Farther south, however, a low-pressure system is expected to move inland during the weekend across the Carolinas, leading to potentially heavy rain. 

Southern Atlantic totals could reach 1 to 3 inches as far north as southern Virginia, with much higher amounts possible in the coastal Carolinas.  In contrast, dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days in the Mississippi Valley and the Southwest. 

However, another area of rain will affect the High Plains and northern Rockies, with 5-day totals possibly reaching 1 to 3 inches from Montana and the western Dakotas southward into eastern New Mexico and western Texas.  Scattered showers will also continue across northern sections of the Great Basin and Intermountain West.

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