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Good morning I'm meteorologist Janice Dean taking a look at -- temperature is across the northeast.
Got a frontal boundary that's -- draped across the northeast back through the Ohio ballots in north.
Of that boundary is where we see the cooler drier air south of that we've got the warmer more humid air -- along that front we could see the potential.
For showers and thunderstorms throughout the day depending on where that front kind of sits but four at the highest today 65 in buffalo 67 in Syracuse 63 in Burlington.
Meanwhile down south around Washington 8388.
In Richmond frontal boundary you'll see it -- here on the satellite radar imagery.
Again along that front -- we're gonna see some showers and thunderstorms popping anywhere from the northeast mid Atlantic back into the Ohio River valley not gonna see severe weather here.
Just hit or miss showers that could see.
A couple of heavy downpours and certainly some thunder and lightning is possible.
Future radar shows this frontal boundary lingering into Friday and bringing with -- the chance of showers.
And then heading into Saturday kind of pushes a little bit more northward into New England have yourself a great Thursday.
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