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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Mario Molina from the fox extreme weather center with -- forecast for the northeast and also portions of the Great Lakes.
And today -- to be seeing temperatures that are very typical for this time of the year we are in late November.
Or heading into late November -- we're seeing temperatures in the forties and in the fifties across most of the northeast.
Upper thirties as he had -- northern portions of the state of Maine where caribou is expecting high temperature.
At 37 increased 49 over in New York City and fifteenth green DC.
And portions of the Great Lakes are actually a little bit milder than typical 56 over Chicago and 61.
Over in the city of Saint Louis has seen temperatures a little bit -- -- what's typical.
This time of the year and there are also going to be a couple of showers -- -- some isolated thunderstorms across western parts the Great Lakes including you in Chicago and down into portions of the central plains.
That's all looking now -- that particular storm system it is relatively weak -- so we're not anticipating too many heavy downpours at that storm.
Most of the activity will remain -- ahead -- it across portions of the northeast high pressure remains in place so we're seeing a lot of sunshine some clouds here and there and just.
Basically very pleasant weather or not just for today but even as we get -- -- Tuesday and into your Wednesday.
And western portions of the Great -- will continue clear out mostly by Tuesday and then as we head into Wednesday dry weather expected across most of the midwest.
Have a great everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather senator.
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