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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the north east.
And we're gonna start to see a rise in our temperatures as we -- until later on this afternoon.
And also as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday so we're gonna start to see what's gonna be a heat wave taking shape across our region.
Today back in tonight he's in New York City with a high expected to reach 93.
-- can we as well in Philadelphia and Harrisburg Pennsylvania gonna see -- toasty 91 degrees.
-- high temperature this afternoon as we head into tomorrow is gonna get really hot out -- back into the triple digits for DC with a high expect that would align.
97 Harrisburg getting in Syracuse just shy of a hundred degrees with a high temperature tomorrow expected to reached.
99 degrees when you factor in the humidity of course is going to feel even hotter.
But we artist -- relief from those hot temperatures as we head into the and other work week and also into the weekend as a -- -- will sweep on through.
But had a cold -- theocracy very humid -- and plays.
And those warm temperatures not much in the way of rainfall for today we saw those strong storms roll through parts of the I 95 quarter.
He overnight hours and -- last night including New York City but.
A drying trend for today with a lot of sunshine and again that rise -- temperatures and humidity levels take a look at Tuesday morning you aren't you see some heavy downpours across parts of northern upstate -- across northern portions of a -- of Vermont but then as we head into Wednesday we do expect a little bit more significant precipitation with scattered showers and storms.
-- processor -- -- West Virginia Pennsylvania up into areas.
Across basically I've -- you are fast -- -- to -- some rainfall moving through.
On the associate with that sort of boundary that's -- -- -- lower the temperatures and humidity as we head into the end of the work week.
Have -- -- everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather senator.
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