Unseasonably warm temperatures will be present for much of the Southern Plains and the southeast U.S. Sunday.
High temperatures could exceed 25 to 40 degrees above average in the Southern Plains, breaking some records.
The warmth will continue in the South to start the workweek.
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There will be a critical risk for fire danger in the Central Plains due to the already warm, dry and windy conditions.
A cold front will arrive Monday for the Mid-Atlantic, and the well-above-average temperatures will shift into the Mid-South and Ohio and Tennessee Valleys.