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Tonight through tomorrow night, a storm pushing through will produce snow on its northern fringe and thunderstorms along the Gulf Coast. Behind it, colder air pushes into the South causing freezes almost all the way to the Gulf Coast. Persistent northwesterly flow behind the storm leads to more snow in the Appalachians through Thursday. Meanwhile, warmth starts to build back in Texas at midweek and will spread eastward later in the week. The next couple of storms will pass by to our north, and a trailing cold front will generate rain and thunderstorms, possibly severe storms west of the Mississippi.
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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.