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Off-season pattern change leads to above-average temperatures
A warm weather pattern will develop over most of the eastern US this week, likely to bring above-average temperatures, with daytime peaks in the 70s and 80s, for around 200 million Americans.
A high-pressure dome is expected to develop across the central and eastern United States, which will allow much warmer air to penetrate areas east of the Rockies, resulting in a feeling of warmth like summer mid or weekend.
Some records may be broken in some parts of the High Plains, but for now, widespread breaking of records seems unlikely.
Prolonged rains along the Gulf Coast
A developing low-pressure system expected to form over or near the Gulf of Mexico this week is likely to make the weather pattern unsettling for coastal communities.
southern part of LouisianaMississippi and Alabama could expect at least a few inches of rain, in addition to rough seas and the possibility of lightning and gusty winds.
The FOX Forecast Center expects rain to begin Wednesday and slowly linger in the area before moving inland on Thursday or Friday.
Clouds will also keep the region cooler, with more heat waves expected to stay below average for most of the week.
Additionally, after a wet weekend in the Southeast, the low-pressure system responsible for precipitation will move into the Atlantic Ocean and generate rain and strong winds, leading to an increased risk of coastal flooding. and life-threatening offshore currents along Florida and Georgia. coast.
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