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During the next several days, hot, dry weather will persist in most areas west of the Rockies. Late in the week, however, markedly cooler air will overspread the Northwest. Farther east, a low-pressure system will move into eastern Canada, but showers along a trailing cold front will linger into Thursday across the South. Late in the week, a new cold front will traverse the northern Plains, Midwest, and Northeast, generating scattered to widespread showers and locally heavy to severe thunderstorms. Five-day rainfall totals could total 1 to 2 inches or more in the western and central Gulf Coast States, as well as parts of the Midwest and Northeast. Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of above-normal temperatures in most areas from the Plains eastward. Meanwhile, near- or above-normal rainfall is expected across most of the country.

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