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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist -- -- -- from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the northeast.
And also portions of a great place and -- today it's going to be a relatively mild -- -- across both areas.
With temperatures well above average more than 1020 degrees above average for some of you and we need to be setting some records out there.
As we head into the afternoon hours New York City or another mile spot 45 degrees your high temperature today sixty over in DC and take a look at Chicago.
59 degrees very high temperatures today well into the sixties across little -- -- Louis unfortunately though that severe that those warm temperatures will actually be.
Producing some severe weather out across portions of Illinois Indiana and even further out towards the south of keep that in mind and you live out there.
Saint Louis again you could be looking at some severe weather across your area -- to that -- And some thunderstorms -- will be popping up out there and not racing -- storms across parts of Michigan.
Quickly rolling on -- us the parts of Indiana and also -- Illinois again tornadoes.
Damage when does an also large hail will be possible out there otherwise across the northeast.
A relatively quiet -- as we head into tomorrow that storm system will be impacting us with widespread showers and even some thunderstorms rolling through the area.
And portions of New England today could actually be seeing some of that expectation ahead of the system in the four months light snow.
Or even a little bit of us -- and also freezing rain but -- the transition over to rain is still mild out will be occurring today.
And then -- eventually Wednesday into Thursday that frontal system will be pushing -- -- Bringing in behind it much cooler air soaring cooling things down here across northeast as we head into this weekend and also to wrap up the work week.
On Friday and have -- everyone I'm meteorologist Mario Molina from the fox extreme weather center.
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