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A low-pressure system currently centered over the Midwest will drift southeastward and should be in the vicinity of the southern Appalachians by mid-week. Subsequently, the slow-moving storm system should weaken and meander northeastward. Due to a prolonged rainy spell, 5-day totals could reach 4 to 10 inches on the eastern slopes of the southern Appalachians. A larger area stretching from the eastern Corn Belt into the middle Atlantic States could experience totals of 2 to 4 inches or more. Elsewhere, a low-pressure system will affect the northern Plains and the Northwest for several days before lifting northward across the Canadian Prairies. Late in the week, however, severe thunderstorms may erupt across the Plains, along the storm’s trailing cold front.

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