Things have quieted down for now but it's not going to stay quiet. We'll have one storm to deal with, a hopefully minor one, starting Friday, then another potentially big one next week. It's too soon to say just how it will impact the South, but severe storms and snow are both on the table. Less in question is that it will bring some more needed rain in.
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A front will get unusually far to the south this weekend and bring with it cooler and less humid air.
A front moving in early week will cool things down for a few days.
The southeast cools off somewhat over the next week but things go the other way back in Texas and Oklahoma.
A heat wave spreads over the South this week and it gets sauna-like by the end of the week.
A stationary front has moved in to bring thunderstorms and relief from the heat, but the relief will be temporary.
The Southeast will get an influx of moisture this weekend from the tropics, then next week it gets rather hot all across the South.
More heat and fewer storms down south this week, then it's looking wet next weekend.
Heat eases a little in the Southeast this weekend as it stays relatively wet, but it gets hotter west of the Mississippi