An active pattern across much of the Plains, Corn Belt

During the next few days, multiple disturbances will follow a west-to-east path across the country.

As a result, periodic showers and thunderstorms will affect several regions, including the Northwest, Plains, Midwest, mid-South, and mid-Atlantic. Five-day rainfall totals could reach 1 to 3 inches or more across the central and southern Plains and the lower Midwest.

Locally severe thunderstorms will accompany the active weather pattern.

In contrast, rain will largely bypass areas along the Canadian border, from northern Montana to Maine. Mostly dry weather will also prevail in the lower Southeast, as well as Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah.

Elsewhere, Southeastern heat should peak during the second half of the week, with temperatures approaching 100° at some inland locations.

Looking ahead the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of above-normal temperatures in the Far West and across the nation’s northern tier, while cooler-than-normal conditions will cover the southern Atlantic region and central and southern sections of the Rockies and Plains.

Meanwhile, below-normal rainfall across much of the northern half of the U.S. should contrast with wetter-than-normal weather from the central and southern Rockies to the middle and lower Mississippi Valley.

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