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The remnants of Hurricane Pamela will be absorbed by a cold front crossing the nation’s mid-section, leading to heavy rain and possible flash flooding in the south-central U.S. Through Thursday, event-total rainfall could reach 3 to 6 inches or more from central Texas into southeastern Oklahoma. Imbued with tropical moisture, the cold front will also be capable of producing heavy, late-week showers (locally 1 to 2 inches or more) from the mid-South into the Northeast. In contrast, mostly dry weather will continue into next week in the southern Atlantic States. Farther west, a winter-like storm system will drift northward into central Canada and weaken, although stormy, windy weather will linger through Thursday across the north-central U.S. Following recent storminess, most of the western U.S. will experience a period of cool, dry weather, although occasional showers will affect the Pacific Northwest.

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