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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the northeast and also portions of the Great Lakes.
And over the weekend we actually had a snowstorm impact portions of the interior southern New England region with as much as ten inches of snow in some -- is -- that a little bit more.
Especially across a higher elevations of Vermont before today much quieter day out.
Across new England and temperatures really won't be too far off from where they should be at this time of the year -- into the forties in New York City in Washington DC.
Fifties over in Charleston and Boston expecting high temperature at 38 degrees otherwise Chicago you're gonna see a high today at forty degrees but expect some snow.
As we head into tomorrow we actually have an area of low pressure developing across portions of the central plains producing blizzard conditions out there.
With over a foot of snow expected for that area before Chicago -- talking about.
Six inches of snow expected or even a little bit more so there is currently a winter storm watch in effect for the city of Chicago and also surrounding areas.
Into areas across western Illinois to keep that mind.
Expecting some snow as we head into tomorrow otherwise -- today it relatively quiet in Chicago and also most in the northeast expecting dry weather along with some sunshine.
So as we head into your Tuesday an -- -- -- Wednesday conditions won't be changing though across portions of the northeast -- same system that will be impacting Chicago on Tuesday.
-- later in the day on Tuesday will be moving in some areas of rain and where it's cold enough.
Well actually going to be seeing some snow across northern parts of Pennsylvania and areas across upstate New York.
For us accumulations should remain relatively light New York City you're seeing mostly on the rainy side and they week.
Have every day everyone I'm meteorologist Maria cleanup from the fox extreme weather center.
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