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Hello there -- meteorologist Janice Dean taking a look at your cell trees summary temperatures across the southeast -- even though it's officially fall we're still gonna see temperatures.
In the ninety's in parts of Tallahassee Montgomery 92 in Fort Myers 88 in Jackson so we have a frontal boundary.
North of this region.
And just south of that is where we're seeing that so warm and humid sultry air mass.
And the potential for showers and thunderstorms throughout the day along that frontal boundary your highs that extend across portions.
Of the Mississippi River valley -- one in Shreveport 74 in Saint Louis 77 in Louisville's you can kind of see what we've got that frontal boundary north -- that is -- we've got the cooler drier air mass.
To you look -- your satellite radar imagery along that front is where we're gonna see the showers and thunderstorms south of that's.
Not too much to talk about we could see some hit -- miss showers across the sunshine state.
Your future radar again showing the showers and thunderstorms along that front that's not really budging.
But south of that fairly dry again across Florida the potential for some showers and -- thunderstorms as we head in to.
The weekend having suffered great Thursday.
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