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I was so concerned with severe weather that I forgot to mention a small area in Virginia, mainly the Shenandoah Valley, will see a brief period of winter weather tomorrow morning. It will be mostly rain there, but the first few hours could be sleet, freezing rain and snow and it might be enough to grease up the roads for a while.
Behind the rain tomorrow, a few flakes will fly tomorrow night in the mountains in West Virginia, Virginia, and far northwestern North Carolina, too, but it won't be much.
Severe storms and floods will remain a concern for the next several days in the southern Plains while the critter now over the Bahamas drifts north.
A stormier setup is coming this week for the southern Plains and near the Southeast Coast. Most areas in between get warm and quiet week, though.
It will stay mostly quiet through the weekend, but troubles will erupt west of the Mississippi and off the Southeast Coast next week.
A generally quiet setup for now won't last long for most places. It will get stormy west of the Mississippi early next week and semitropical problems may develop along the East Coast.
Although not entirely quiet, this week won't be as active nor wet as last week was. Thank goodness!
Active weather continues with flooding downpours and severe thunderstorm risk in some areas through Monday. We then finally get a break as it turns cooler.