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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox -- weather center with your forecast for the northeast -- some portions of the Great Lakes.
And how -- you -- they're going to be extremely mild we're talking hot temperatures up to thirty degrees or even more.
Well it's normal for -- how many -- across portions of the midwest look at -- very warm out and it is also somewhat humid so we're gonna have to deal was in the areas of fog across the northeast.
Great Lakes and even into the -- midwest and we had a number basically some dense fog advisories in place out there and it's likely that we're gonna continue to see those delays.
At the airport as well like in Chicago's O'Hare airport because at dense fog has really been producing some poor visibility out there has been very difficult to -- -- to shut the airports.
But even on the -- summation -- very carefully -- take a look at some of these high temperatures again just very warm day.
74 degrees will be your high temperature in Saint Louis 73.
Over and -- and 66 degrees in the city of Chicago and we're talking up these temperatures during the month of December very unusual.
Upper sixties in DC 58 degrees for a high temperature in New York City.
In the fifties as well in the city in the city of Boston we did have some rain -- in portions of the northeast in the overnight hours most of that moisture already offshore.
It kinda rainy drying things out pretty much for most people across portions of the northeast there will be some isolated showers or even snow showers.
Among some of the mountains in -- appellation range here across portions of the northeast the kind that portions of the Great Lakes are gonna start to see some of that moisture approaching the region.
The system right now is across portions of the northern plains and the -- as parts of Nebraska dealing with the rainfall right now and again eventually that system will be moving into portions of the Great Lakes.
As we head into later on today and even into tomorrow so you'll be seeing some showers and storms rolling through.
Nothing too major though so we're not really thinking where you see any significant.
Flooding from this system just going to be noticing a bit of a cool down behind it with those high temperatures coming down back down -- -- little -- back to.
More normal levels for this time of the year then eventually this frontal system will move into portions of the northeast.
As we head into midweek on Wednesday have a great -- everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the -- extreme weather center.
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