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Yet another storm system will arrive across the Northwest on Friday, with snow returning across the northern Plains and upper Midwest during the weekend. With the latter storm, weekend snow will also affect the central and southern Rockies and adjacent High Plains. As the storms depart, cold air entrenched across the northwestern and north-central U.S. will make a significant push southward. Across northern sections of the Rockies and High Plains, the cold spell should peak with widespread sub-zero temperatures on Sunday and Monday. By early next week, temperatures cold drop to 20° or below as far south as the northern panhandle of Texas. Cold air will also extend westward to the Cascades and Sierra Nevada, although parts of California may continue to experience a potentially dangerous wildfire threat due to gusty winds and low humidity levels. Elsewhere, both storms have the potential to produce heavy rain (locally 1 to 3 inches) from the southeastern Plains into the lower Midwest, while periods of heavy rain may affect southern Florida.

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