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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist -- -- -- from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for.
As SE and also portions of the southern plains and -- today it's going to be a very warm day out across the state of Florida you're looking at temperatures into the upper eighties.
In the city of Orlando very mild even for the month of February and actually that's kind of on the hot site out there 83 for your high temperature in the city of Miami.
Seven -- over in Tallahassee -- action and he's seen some very rough weather.
-- across portions of the Florida Panhandle in Georgia Alabama Mississippi and into Louisiana so again look at some.
Severe weather possible across this area and that's like temperatures are going to be a little bit more moderate -- here in had to deal with the rain and not a cloud cover that's gonna keep temperatures.
Relatively mild -- ceremonies across that area.
Otherwise portions of the planes dealing with -- very cold temperatures Kansas City -- -- 38 degrees this afternoon 42 over in Tulsa.
And you actually have some -- the weather for today an area of low pressure producing blizzard conditions.
And -- Texas Panhandle into the Oklahoma panhandle and even into southern areas of Kansas there are blizzard warnings in effect out -- throughout the day today.
Across the southeast again looking at thunderstorms possible today -- could produce severe weather tornadoes damaging wind -- and even large hail.
Heavy rain also expected from some of these storms in some places.
Possibly seeing over three inches of rain that is going to produce -- flooding concern but by Wednesday that storm is long gone out of the southeast.
-- you will be enjoying temperatures that are a little bit.
Cooler and also conditions that are much drier out across this area otherwise snow continues to linger across portions of the planes in Missouri and also into Kansas.
As we head into your Wednesday have a great everyone I'm meteorologist Maria coming out from the fox extreme weather center.
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