During the next two days, the remnants of A tropical depression will contribute to locally heavy rainfall in the Gulf Coast States. Meanwhile, a weak cold front will enhance rainfall in the Mid-Atlantic States.
Farther west, a strong cold front will result in markedly cooler air by week’s end across the Plains and the upper Midwest. Widespread showers will precede and accompany the front in the Plains and Midwest.
The 6- to 10-day outlook calls for hotter- and wetter-than-normal conditions in the East and Deep South. In contrast, below-normal temperatures and near-normal rainfall can be expected across the Plains and the upper Midwest. Elsewhere, hot, mostly dry weather will prevail across the Intermountain West, while chilly conditions will linger along and near the California coast.