It looks as though the front crossing the middle Mississippi Valley will be able to cause some severe storms tonight after all. That could include some tornadoes. The front may also trigger a few bad storms toward the East Coast tomorrow as well.
The good news is that it looks mostly quiet for a while in the wake of the front, and the air mass behind the front doesn't look terribly cold ... and will mostly be aimed at the eastern part of the country, so it will warm up again quickly in Texas.
Paul is falling apart near Baja California while Rafael is pulling away from Bermuda into the North Atlantic.
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Gonzalo and Ana are moving on while Trudy's remains may spawn an Atlantic development, definitely some wet weather for South Florida. Otherwise, cooler air will stay near the East Coast while other areas are mostly nice.
A couple of waves of cooler air will push into the South through the middle of next week, but there will not be much rain. The tropics, however, remain active with three storms to deal with.
Some unseasonably cool air is moving into the South and will lead to a cool weekend. Temperatures will moderate gradually next week. Eventually, some moisture from Simon should affect the South.
Parts of the Southeast, mostly Alabama to North Carolina and south to Florida, will see heavy thunderstorms Sunday through Tuesday. Other areas look mostly nice, but starting Tuesday a front will cause some severe storms in the southern Plains states.
A storm moving north from the Carolina coast will bring rain and wind to Virginia and Delmarva through Thursday. An old front sitting around in Florida will keep it active there. Otherwise, it looks mostly quiet until next week.
Here's my memories of Hugo, which hit South Carolina 25 years ago yesterday and today.