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Next week is looking active across the eastern 2/3rds of the country. A stalled out front will be draped from west to east across the Mid Atlantic and Ohio Valley, with a couple of systems tracking along this front. The first big, multi-day severe weather event is expected across the southern Plains and Mid-Mississippi Valley. As is often the case in this sort of set-up, the location of the front will have a huge impact on the weather we see. At this time, it generally seems as if the front will be to our south, and far enough south that we do not see too much precipitation. This will also mean more cool temperatures, with highs mostly within a few degrees of 50º. However, this is all subject to change as we get closer to next week.