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Hello there I'm meteorologist Janice Dean taking a look at your Thursday highs across the northwest and the northern plains.
Temperatures up for a lot of areas are below average you can see 61 in Spokane 53 -- -- 66.
In Salt Lake City.
And that is we had a little bit more towards the east.
We're seeing the temperatures in the sixties for International Falls Minneapolis -- -- -- -- cold front is you can really see the delineation between.
Other relatively cooler temperatures and the warm humid air -- 89 in Chicago -- nine he won in Saint Louis and it's along this front where we could see the potential for severe weather -- large hail damaging winds and even isolated tornadoes so there's your radar as we take a look at the past six hours especially across the upper midwest the Great -- that's what we could see that potential offer some showers and thunderstorms erupting -- in the afternoon in the late afternoon hours when things start to get a little more unsettled.
So our severe threat today -- extends from the western Great Lakes.
All the way down to parts of the midwest and the central plains so large hail damaging winds.
And isolated tornadoes are going to be.
Perhaps in your forecast to just keep -- night of the sky you future radar as we head into Friday again that front is gonna move eastward but still unsettled across the northwest as we head into the long Memorial Day weekend.
I DN -- we'll keep an eye on the weather for you in the Fox News weather center.
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