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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist -- Amelie now from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the northwest -- -- north central and today we're looking at temperatures.
Into the sixties -- feeling like spring out here across parts of the northwest and I hope you're talking seven he's out there 71 degrees in Boise.
Salt Lake City is going to be a pleasant day for -- 74 degrees.
As we -- into this afternoon.
Parks and our central also feeling not too bad it's been on the colts have the last several weeks and today it's feeling very nice in Nebraska 65 degrees very high temperature North Platte.
Speaking -- Rapid City and over and Bismarck your.
On the cool side 44 degrees as -- of the afternoon.
And we do have a brand these storms -- now we're talking about across parts of the West Coast -- this system is producing widespread areas of rain.
Across places like Seattle Portland and even down to California -- keep this in -- you be doing any traveling out here along interstate five from Seattle all the way down.
Into California you will be dealing with wet roadways.
Had an assist some relatively quiet across Iraq -- there are couple of isolated showers here and there especially across eastern sections of Montana but that will be.
Continuing to dissipate throughout the day today before eventually some of that moisture from -- storm system on the West Coast makes it into the northern Rockies.
As we head into late Thursday and also into your Friday so we're gonna be seeing more of a transition into wind unsettled weather pattern here across northwest.
After having a couple of relatively quite days here last several days so returning to wet weather.
Along the lower elevations and higher elevations you could be dealing with a little bit of snowfall that really will be limited to some of the mountain peaks -- wind up not really thinking we're going to be seeing too much snow.
Across the mountain passes have the -- everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather senator.
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