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Rain across the deep South signals the start of another extended period of wet weather. Five-day rainfall totals could reach 2 to 5 inches from northeastern Texas to the central and southern Appalachians. Areas outside that band of heavy rain, including Florida and the central Plains, will receive little or no precipitation. Meanwhile, stormy weather in the Pacific Northwest will linger into Friday, followed by a slightly drier regime. Other areas of the West, including California and much of the Southwest, will remain mostly dry into next week. Although the country will escape bitterly cold weather during the next several days, cooler air will overspread much of the West. Additionally, some chilly, blustery weather will affect the nation’s northern tier, especially early next week.

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