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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria -- -- from the fox -- weather center with your forecast for the southeast.
And we're still dealing with a cold front -- continuing its tracks slowly eastward out across our region and we're still gonna be seeing some showers and thunderstorms a warm temperatures ahead of and a lot of humidity so it's really not going to be the most.
Pleasant Wednesday for some of us especially across Georgia the Carolinas.
Even down into the Florida Panhandle take a look at some of those temperatures ahead of -- cold front across Florida.
Upper eighties from Tallahassee on the -- down into parts of South Florida were right on our frontal boundary will be -- -- clouds and showers and thunderstorms.
-- a little bit -- already into the seventies is where we should be seeing a high temperatures this afternoon across Charlotte and Atlanta even down into parts.
That Alabama with Montgomery expecting a high at 74 degrees.
Spread out towards the north also a little bit cooler today seven when she behind Saint Louis and 72 degrees over and ruled on here's a look at all those showers and storms already stretching from parts.
Of the mid Atlantic down into portions of the south across Louisiana Mississippi.
Picking up some of those showers and thunderstorms -- would be causing some travel delays -- to keep that in mind just grab the umbrella and the rain boots.
As you head out the door but fortunately this system is on the move and we'll finally start to -- and the southeast.
As we head into Thursday morning take a look behind that system dry weather from the Carolinas into portions of Tennessee.
-- in Georgia and Alabama and Mississippi Florida Panhandle should be drying out but of course South Florida on most fronts so rarely make it that far south or exit that far south.
This time of the year so you're gonna have to deal with those lingering showers and thunderstorms out there.
Through Thursday morning and of course also -- humidity something else to keep in mind with this frontal system and a thunderstorms and it will produce.
Is that Wednesday afternoon -- -- could produce some severe weather from parts of southeastern Virginia got into the Carolinas Georgia and the Florida Panhandle.
We're not looking and a -- outbreak of severe weather or a tornado risk really but you could be seen some damaging winds from some of those storms so of course didn't live out there -- stay -- But by Friday morning we're expecting relatively quiet weather once again across the southeast.
As high pressure or moving a lot of sunshine from Florida up into the rest of the southeast have a great everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina and a fox extreme weather center.
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