A cool, dry pattern to dominate the Heartland

For the remainder of Friday, a mix of rain and snow will fall in the Northeast, while precipitation across the Plains will gradually subside.

Meanwhile, rain should linger into the weekend across the central Gulf Coast region, where additional flooding may occur. By Sunday and early next week, the focus for heavy showers should shift to Florida, where totals could reach 2 to 5 inches.

Early next week, a strong cold front sweeping across the Plains and Midwest will generate rain and snow showers, trailed by a reinforcing surge of cold air.

In the front’s wake, frost and freezes may occur into western Texas and as far southeast as the Ohio Valley, while temperatures could fall to 20° or below across the central High Plains.

Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of below-normal temperatures in much of the central and eastern U.S., while warmer-than-normal weather will be confined to Florida’s peninsula and the Far West.

Meanwhile, near- or below-normal precipitation across most of the country should contrast with wetter-than-normal conditions in the South.

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