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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the northeast.
And today you'll be another relatively warm -- out across northeast is not to be as hot -- was what we saw over the weekend with some areas seeing temperatures reaching a triple digits.
And upper -- so forth a little bit cooler but again still above average like in Philadelphia we're expecting high temperature.
-- ninety degrees 95 over in DC ninety in the city of Harrisburg and spread out towards north it is going to be a little bit cooler for you Abbas and with a high expected.
At 79 degrees we could see a spotty showers here and there or thunderstorm across portions of New England but again it's going to be generally dry -- with -- -- that sunshine.
And all of those warm temperatures in place across the northeast and you cannot -- see those clear skies across Pennsylvania.
Upstate New York so again seeing a lot of sunshine and so for you guys stay there will be a chance again for some isolated showers later on that date into early Tuesday morning.
Across new England and then you see another round of showers and storms firing up across.
Parts of the Great -- early Tuesday morning and some of those showers will creep into interior parts of the northeast.
Across Western Pennsylvania before continuing their to push eastward into parts of the and -- five quarter later in the day on Tuesday -- for fourth of July on Wednesday morning.
You will be seeing a greater chance to see some isolated showers here and there and -- -- -- went -- -- feature radar.
Showers across parts of New England upstate new York and even down into Pennsylvania so there -- be some clouds around.
For fourth of July and fortunately but we'll hope for drier day as most of this activity will be relatively light and expect those warm temperatures.
To continue in place as well throughout the northeast.
For most of your workweek have a great day everyone I'm meteorologist -- -- now from the fox extreme weather senator.
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