Showers and thunderstorms will remain suppressed across the Southeast as an area of low pressure reached the northern Gulf of Mexico. 

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The low can gradually organize into a tropical feature later in the week as it slides westward. Meanwhile, low pressure will slide eastward across the northern Great Lakes and bring rounds of showers and thunderstorms, some severe, from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan into Missouri. 

Much of the Plains will be rain-free with the exception of portions of Oklahoma and Texas. Dry weather will spread across the Rockies and Southwest, while a few showers dampen the Pacific Northwest. 

DAILY EXTREMES 

National High Tuesday 106 at Zapata, TX 

National Low Tuesday 24 at Truckee, CA