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Impacts from “Sally” will subside from the Deep South to the southern mid-Atlantic region as recovery operations commence, although river flooding and power outages may continue for several days in the hardest-hit areas. Many other parts of the country, including large sections of the Plains, Midwest, Southwest, and mid-South, will experience dry weather during the next 5 days. In the Northwest, scattered showers may aid wildfire containment efforts, although windy weather in advance of the precipitation may initially cause fire-expansion concerns. Meanwhile, an area of disturbed weather over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico will be monitored for signs of tropical development and could eventually result in heavy rain along the U.S. Gulf Coast. Elsewhere, general warmth in the northwestern half of the country should contrast with cool conditions in the South, East, and lower Midwest. Frost and freezes may be a concern during the weekend and early next week from the Great Lakes region into the Northeast.

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