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The front is slowing to a crawl as it moves through, but most of the South is feeling the cold. Waves of moisture riding over the cold air will lead to some snow and ice potential over the next few days. West Texas will get it first, then parts of the Southeast later in the week. Disturbances riding through the Midwest will also produce limited amounts of snow in Tennessee and Kentucky as well as the Appalachians.
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Parts of Oklahoma and Texas will have heavy rain the next few days, but for some areas, it will be too much of a good thing.
The workweek starts drier and hotter, but we return to a cooler and wetter setup later this week.
Cooler and more unsettled weather is on the way for much of the South this week; persistent rains in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic may result in flooding.
Stalling fronts combined with an influx of tropical moisture will lead to wet weather across parts of the Southeast next week while it turns less hot in Texas.
It will feel like an oven in Texas and Oklahoma later this week, while it remains cooler and unsettled over much of the Southeast