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As the week progresses, cool air will become firmly established from the Plains to the East Coast. Late-week and weekend freezes can be expected across a broad area from the Dakotas into the Great Lakes and Northeastern States, potentially threatening a variety of crops. Widespread frost may occur as far south as the Ohio Valley. Fruits, as well as emerging summer crops, may be especially vulnerable to the cold weather. Meanwhile, warm weather will prevail in the Southwest and along the Pacific Coast. Late in the week, warmth will expand across the Northwest, following mid-week showers. Farther south, dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days across California, the Great Basin, and the Four Corners States. In contrast, occasional showers will occur across the central and eastern U.S., with 1- to 2-inch totals possible in portions of the Plains, mid-South, and southern and western Corn Belt.

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