An active pattern continues...

Early in the week, showery weather will gradually subside in the Southeast, while heavy rain will spread into the Northeast.

By mid-week, a new storm will take shape over the south-central U.S., where another late-season snowfall can be expected across the southern half of the Rockies and adjacent High Plains.

Late in the week, showers will spread from the central and southern Plains into the middle and southern Atlantic States, while cold air will once again surge across the Great Lakes and Northeastern States. Meanwhile, wet weather will return to the Pacific Northwest.

Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for below-normal temperatures across the eastern half of the nation, with near- to below-normal precipitation across the majority of the U.S.

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