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Unusually cool weather will continue to dominate areas east of the Rockies into next week. The late-season cool spell should peak in most areas during the weekend, when widespread freezes can be expected from the northern Plains into the Northeast, as well as large sections of the Midwest, Appalachians, and Ohio Valley. Frost and freezes may threaten summer crops, including corn and soybeans, although slow emergence and development should help to limit susceptibility to freeze injury. In addition, some fruit crops and ornamentals may face a significant freeze threat. In the Great Lakes and Northeastern States, the coldest air will be drawn southward in the wake of a late-week storm, which could produce 1- to 2- inch rainfall totals in parts of the Northwest, northern parts of the Rockies and Plains, the mid-South, and the Ohio Valley.

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