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Frigid air will continue to surge southward across western North America, with the core of the cold outbreak reaching the northern Plains and Northwest during the weekend. Sub-zero temperatures can be expected across the northern Rockies and northern High Plains into early next week, preceded by wind-driven snow. As cold air continues to spread southward next week, significantly below-normal temperatures will arrive in California and parts of the Southwest. In conjunction with the cold outbreak, parts of northern and central California may receive meaningful precipitation for the first time in 2 months. Most other areas of the West will also receive some precipitation, while 5-day rainfall totals could reach 2 to 4 inches or more from the southeastern Plains to the southern Appalachians. In contrast, dry weather will persist across the Deep South, from southern Texas to Florida.

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