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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Mario Molina from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the southern plains.
As well as a southwest and the heat is on across the south we had a lot of heat across the southwest.
Over the weekend and that he has slowly spread eastward and it has a ride into taxes.
Today we're looking at a high ones and two actually into the triple did -- sports city in Midland Texas 104.
Ninety will be -- in Dallas and 99 degrees will be your high temperature in Amarillo Texas is this a scorcher today across the plains.
Temperatures -- -- -- 20/20 five degrees above what's normal for this time of the year so really if you're headed outdoors for an extended period of time -- -- dehydrated he some water with you.
And keep that in -- -- practicing outdoors for too long in the sunshine during those peak afternoon hours like noon and 1 o'clock.
Otherwise across the southwest still warm out across parts of southern Arizona we did see some of our first triple digit temperatures over the weekend not triple -- today -- still warm 94 for -- hind -- X.
And 96 will be your high temperature over in Tucson and across California a little bit cooler sixty through -- -- San Francisco and -- high at 73.
Over in a city of Los Angeles.
As far as precipitation goes we are gonna see some moisture today across portions of the planes but most of -- is.
-- -- to north across parts Minnesota and also the Great Lakes some of that moisture is creeping down into parts of Arkansas and also northern Louisiana but.
Very hit -- -- in nature and very light and very quick moving as well.
Our more significant storm system is off the coast of California starting -- spinning moisture already early today across parts of LA.
And even into central portions of that seat and that storm system will continue to head eastward and also produce more rain showers as we head into portions of Nevada and also Arizona.
By early Thursday morning and then spin up.
Towards parts of the midwest the Texas Oklahoma you're not really gonna see much.
Precipitation from that storm system that's gonna head north where along with the jet stream for -- -- just continues stay very warm out here Thursday into Friday across Texas.
And Oklahoma have a great everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the box extreme weather senator.
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