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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria -- from the fox sixteen weather center with your forecast for the northeast and also portions of the Great Lakes.
And he's gonna get relatively cool day out across northeast for seeing temperatures.
A little bit cooler than when he should be at this time of the year like in Syracuse you're expecting -- -- only 39 degrees forties for Boston New York City and high at fifty degrees.
Over in the DC area and of course during -- morning hours temperatures are much cooler widespread twenties and thirties.
Which of course is not -- used.
For all of the cleanup efforts across portions of the areas hit hard by what was her teensy Andy from New Jersey up into portions of New York sitting in for -- northward so for so keeping a close watch on that.
Otherwise portions of the Great Lakes 35 for your high temperature over Marquette a very chilly day 44 in Detroit and 43 degrees.
For your high over in Chicago we are gonna have to deal with some showers out across portions of the planes and that storm systems actually going to be dipping south ward.
As we head into tomorrow and then eventually by Wednesday into Thursday will be impacting portions of the north -- As a nor'easter mostly with rainfall heavier rain expected -- coastal areas some possible minor coastal flooding and even very strong winds will keep you posted on that.
Here's a look at that timeline so as we head into today relatively quiet a lot of sunshine for Tuesday election -- a lot of sunshine also forecast and then here comes as storm system.
As we head into early Wednesday morning will be bringing in some areas of rain already across.
Southern portions of New Jersey we know Atlantic City one -- hit very hard by that storm C -- And again will be dealing with that next storm Wednesday into Thursday but before then for Tuesday -- an Election Day things a pretty good across northeast.
Have a great -- everyone I'm meteorologist Maria -- -- from the fox extreme weather center.
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