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Eastern Pacific Hurricane Pamela is expected to make landfall on the Mexican coast early Wednesday. Although Pamela will dissipate over the mountainous terrain of Mexico, tropical moisture associated with the hurricane’s remnants should spread across the south-central U.S., in advance of a cold front, late Wednesday and Thursday. From central Texas into southeastern Oklahoma, storm-total rainfall could reach 3 to 5 inches or more. Meanwhile, a storm system centered over Intermountain West will drift northeastward, reaching the Dakotas by mid-week. Snow across the Rockies will end early Wednesday, while some of the storm’s heaviest precipitation, locally 1 to 2 inches, will fall across portions of the northern Plains. The storm’s trailing cold front, infused with tropical moisture, could result in locally heavy, late-week showers from the mid-South into the Northeast. Elsewhere, Southeastern warmth will continue for several more days, while cool but dry weather will cover much of California, the Great Basin, and the Desert Southwest.

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