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A refreshing break from extreme heat and humidity is on the way this week across much of the Southeast, but Florida will be the exception. More comfortable and less humid air will continue to filter into much of the Southeast through Monday. Comment?
A soggy storm system that brought flooding to parts of the country during the week will bring some wet weather to the Southeast as the weekend begins. "A weak cool front moving through the region on Saturday will cause widespread showers and even a few thunderstorms," said AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Ben Noll. Comment?
People in the Southeast may start to come down with cases of Spring Fever early this week before the next push of cold air knocks down temperatures and brings wintry weather to the region. Following a warm and showery day on Tuesday, colder air will press down on the region, being accompanied by a combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain. Comment?
Old Man Winter will be unrelenting across the Midwest and Northeast this week as yet another blast of arctic air rolls in and spreads deep into the South. This next push of arctic air is expected to bring air that is just as cold, or even colder than the air that brought subzero lows to the Midwest and Northeast during the weekend. Comment?
A quick-hitting but chilly rain is expected to spread from Mississippi to Florida and to the Carolinas through Thursday night, forcing umbrellas and rain jackets to be utilized for those heading outside. The intensity of the rain will be on the low end of the scale, but some areas could pick up a quick 0.25 to 0.50 of an inch, especially along the Gulf coast. Comment?
As the latest blast of arctic air settles southward, many areas in the East will have their coldest day of the winter so far on Thursday. Throughout the day Thursday, temperatures are forecast to remain below the freezing mark from Hatteras, North Carolina, to Atlanta; Birmingham, Alabama; Memphis, Tennessee; and Little Rock, Arkansas. Comment?
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