The upper trough over the eastern part of the country will continue driving fronts farther south than usual, leading to less heat and more showers and thunderstorms than usual for most of the Southeast. Cooler and more comfortable air will, at times, penetrate into parts of the South, but only those within shouting distance of the Mason-Dixon Line, and Ohio River will see this; parts of Arkansas and Oklahoma, too. But, the fronts won't penetrate deep into Texas. South and West Texas will be getting hotter in the coming days. Out in the tropics, we have the remains of Franklin trying to organize west of Mexico and a few more critters to track. There is only one system of interest in the Atlantic, north of Puerto Rico, which will likely stay offshore but has a good chance to develop into a named system.

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