Mostly nice in the Plains, mostly chilly in the Southeast, not much rain
By Frank Strait, AccuWeather senior meteorologist
11/19/2017, 5:50:25 PM
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We'll continue to see cold fronts push through the Southeast over the next week, delivering more cool and dry air. The chilly air masses will largely sidestep Oklahoma and Texas, taking aim more at the East Coast rather than down the Plains. Wet weather will mainly be confined to Florida and the East Coast. The tropics are still quiet and likely stay that way.
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