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The protracted period of cool weather across the central and eastern U.S. is now being replaced by more typical temperatures for this time of year. Meanwhile, cooler weather west of the Rockies will be most pronounced in the Pacific Coast States. With the changing weather pattern, an arc of significant precipitation (locally 2 to 4 inches or more) will develop from central and eastern Texas into the southern and eastern Corn Belt and parts of the Northeast. Elsewhere, periods of light to moderately heavy precipitation will stretch from the Pacific Northwest to the northern Plains. Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of above-normal temperatures throughout the central and eastern U.S., while cooler-than-normal conditions will cover the Far West. Meanwhile, near- or below-normal rainfall across much of the Southwest, Southeast, Midwest, and central and southern Plains.

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