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Hello there I'm meteorologist Janice Dean taking a look at your northwest forecast this Friday heading into the long Memorial Day weekend.
Cooler than average especially across the northern Rockies where we could actually see some snow in the highest of elevations so fifteen -- in Jackson 49 in Billings 72 Portland seven -- -- In Seattle and we're gonna see sort of an unsettled forecast as we head into the weekend for the northwest moving eastward we've got this frontal boundary up.
Along portions of the Great Lakes and -- the central plains and along our boundary that's what we could see the potential of severe weather north of the boundary.
Cooler than average temperature is.
And south of the boundary we've got warm sultry air so that could give us the potential.
-- large hail damaging winds and even isolated tornadoes throughout the day today so as he -- the satellite radar.
Northwest remain unsettled and again along that boundary we're gonna see the potential for severe weather so -- today there's you're threatened region across the mid Missouri valley central plains area large hail damaging winds.
And isolated tornadoes so certainly keep a watch over your local forecast if you live in these regions.
And a quick look at your future -- as we -- further out there Saturday we're gonna watch the system develop across the northern plains.
Bringing some inclement weather and then again.
The northwest remains -- mainly unsettled for much of the weekend most of that -- Pushing northward along the Canadian border have a great weekend.
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