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And meteorologist Janice Dean taking a look at your highs across the northeast and the Great Lakes for the most part.
At or school slightly below average where we should be this time of year.
Looking at mainly fifties across the Great Lakes they've got 65 in Philadelphia seventy in Washington.
Little further south you go things warm ups of 78 is your daytime high in Richmond as we go through -- -- tonight and into tomorrow.
Temperatures are gonna drop considerably.
For parts of the midwest and the Great Lakes.
And even parts of -- in -- interior northeast.
Looking your satellite radar composite we do have some showers moving across the Great Lakes south -- that over the Ohio River valley in towards the mid Atlantic.
That's where we're starting to see some heavier rainfall and the potential for.
Some thunderstorms in some cases we could see some severe thunderstorms especially crossed the Ohio River valley.
We could -- see some large hail perhaps some damaging winds and maybe even an isolated tornado.
Going further out threat time that storm system exits by Friday clear skies for the most part.
But watch what happens as we head into Saturday yet another storm system -- across the Great Lakes -- Ohio River valley.
And then as we head into Saturday look at that -- see the pink here that could be.
Potentially some freezing rain and or sleet and just north of that.
More snow in the forecast perhaps for parts the mid Atlantic and the interior sections of the northeast so we will.
Continue to monitor the system and bring you the very latest from the fox extreme weather center I'm Janice --
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