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While the Corn Belt and other major crop regions of the country look to remain dry and relatively cool through the next few days based on a low-pressure trough developing over the Great Lakes, Hurricane Sally has slowly moved ashore in the Delta region, bringing massive rainfall totals as she makes her way up the eastern seaboard. Rainfall amounts of up to six inches from central Alabama to the Atlantic coast as far north as Maryland. Meanwhile, another tropical depression that is bringing offshore precipitation of up to 10 inches looks to bring more rainfall to the Texas and Louisiana Gulf coast as it moves inland. Weather officials are watching two other named storms — Teddy and Vicky — well east of the U.S. in the Atlantic Ocean. See more of the latest weather info.

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