The majority of the country will be fairly quiet through the week, though there will be a couple of systems affecting parts of the country.
The first system moves into the Plains later today and tracks through the Southeast through the weekend. Initially, precipitation will mostly be isolated to scattered across the Central and Southern Plains beginning overnight. More organized precipitation is expected to develop further east in east TX, LA, MS, AL, and TN Saturday and Saturday night, and by Sunday precipitation will make it into the Mid-Atlantic and possibly northern and central FL. Widespread rain amounts over an inch are possible from SE TX to NW AL, otherwise, mainly light precipitation is expected.
Finally, an unsettled pattern continues in the Pacific Northwest with more widespread rain and snow likely. Several more inches of rain are likely with 5-10 inches possible in northern CA and southwest OR with lesser amounts of 1-2 inches further north in OR and WA. Several inches of snow are likely in the Cascades and Sierra Nevada and even further east into parts of the mountains of northern NV, northern UT, western CO, ID, and eastern OR.