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We’ve been tracking a stationary front all week long, and it will continue to dominate this week’s weather across a large portion of the nation. Beginning this Wednesday, a developing low pressure over the Central Plains will begin to erode the front, and by this weekend the front will have dissipated thanks to a sweeping cold front on the backside of this low pressure. Before then, however, problems will continue to arise, especially this Wednesday with severe thunderstorms and flooding rains near the front. An area of heavy rain and thunderstorms located over the Central Plains will ultimately dissipate midday as the atmospheric dynamics become non-conducive to support this storm complex. Before then, however, localized flooding will be possible especially in eastern Nebraska, where this June has already been wetter than normal. Then in the afternoon and overnight hours, the low pressure will really begin to take over. Several hours…