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-- other -- meteorologist Janice Dean taking a look at your daytime highs.
Across the south the southern plains -- south -- the Mississippi River valley look how warm it is in comparison.
Up towards the Ohio River valley temperatures around freezing we end -- being storm system that's going to affect much of the US.
This area is going to be warm as a cold front moves in we could see the potential for severe weather.
Today or tomorrow across the southeast in the Mississippi River valley so the temperatures are warm 76 in Dallas -- in Houston.
85 in -- 78 New Orleans 82 in Miami satellite radar imagery gonna show you that system.
That started in the southwest and it's starting to get its act together across essentially -- -- with blizzard conditions heavy snow.
And it's going to remain warm.
So as this cold front moves through we're gonna see the potential for hail.
Did -- winds heavy rainfall and even tornadoes.
So pay attention paid close attention.
To your local weather forecast there's your future radars and have had further out -- time.
And as you can see that storm system really getting its act together within the next 24 to 36 hours moving through Thursday and Friday as this front continues to push eastward.
Again bring some heavy rain and possibly some severe weather for the area.
So we will certainly keep you posted from the Fox News extreme weather center.
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