A moderating trend in temps ahead for the Heartland

A storm system developing near the western Gulf Coast will move eastward, delivering wind and rain to the southern Atlantic region during the weekend. Early next week, the storm will produce some rain and snow in the Northeast.

Meanwhile, Western warmth will gradually expand eastward, encompassing the Plains by early next week. Chilly conditions will linger, however, across the eastern one-third of the country.

Elsewhere, precipitation will be mostly light and confined to the North. One exception will be the Pacific Northwest, where locally heavy rain (and high-elevation snow) will fall from the northern Cascades westward.

Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for near- or below-normal temperatures from the Mississippi Valley eastward, while warmer-than-normal weather will cover much of the western and central U.S.

Meanwhile, near- or above-normal precipitation across much of the country, including the Plains, Midwest, Southwest, and Northeast, should contrast with drier-than-normal conditions in northern California, the Northwest, and most of the Southeast.

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