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A storm crossing the south through Monday will cause a variety of problems including soaking rain and severe storms. It's also cold enough for snow on the storm's northern fringe. Parts of the Appalachians will have a good bit of snow, but this looks to be the last storm we'll have to deal with for a while. The weather pattern is changing a little, and we'll have a spell of quieter weather and a warming trend beyond Monday. Storm systems moving across the nation starting next weekend will track to the north and will have the potential to be severe storm producers. Will it be time to say "winter's over" on Tuesday? Watch the video to hear what I think.
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It will feel like an oven in Texas and Oklahoma later this week, while it remains cooler and unsettled over much of the Southeast
A front will bring a brief break from the heat in parts of the Southeast while most areas father west simmer.
A hotter and drier weather pattern is returning to Texas and Oklahoma, while fronts keep pushing into the Southeast.
Tropical moisture surging into Texas will lead to a cooler and wet first part of the workweek; meanwhile, the Southeast will simmer.
Texas will see some drenching rains in the coming days while the Southeast turns hotter and drier.