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Pattern remains active across much of the Corn Belt

A storm system currently centered over the upper Midwest will drift northeastward and gradually weaken. Storm impacts, such as wind-driven snow, will gradually subside across the north-central U.S.

However, lowland flooding in several upper Midwestern river basins could intensify next week due to melting snow as temperatures rebound to above-normal levels.

Farther south, a weekend storm system will lead to heavy rain (locally 1 to 3 inches or more) in the South, East, and lower Midwest, except in southern Texas and peninsular Florida.

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