It's been and will stay mostly quiet, but where there is some wet weather to deal with, it is causing some issues. Unfortunately, the few places that will see some rain over the next few days may see it cause more problems.
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Soaking rains winding down in the South will be followed by building heat and then severe storms.
There's a lot of weather to talk about down south this week, from heavy rains to drought, and hot and quiet weather to severe thunderstorms and tornadoes!
Warm followed by storms followed by cooler followed by warmer followed by storms; you get a little of everything down south this time of year.
Areas near a stalled front will see some rain the next few days; a storm will move through this weekend and cause rain with a risk for severe thunderstorms.
A front moving in from the north will bring needed rain to some areas and suppress the summery warmth; a more substantial storm looks to bring severe weather to the region next weekend.
Most of the Southeast will stay dry for the next several days, while storms deliver glancing blows to parts of Texas and Oklahoma.