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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist -- -- from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the southeast.
And also parts of the southern plains and today -- looking at another very long -- out across the area temperatures.
Into the eighties for print the entire region take a look at the Carolinas the low eighties -- you wrongly and trusting in Georgia you're also seeing temperatures into the eighties.
And across the city of Tallahassee a little bit on the hot -- you're talking more like summer like weather.
Up there across the -- panhandle in 86 degrees for -- high temperature today and we are talking nineties.
Across southern sections of the state of Texas and it will be actually quite a hot day for you out there -- will.
-- -- high temperature at 91 degrees and we do have a storm system that's in place across the center of the country and it will actually fire up some showers some storms.
Later on today across sections of Oklahoma parts of Texas.
With even a concern for some severe weather and that's severe threat does extend also into sections of Missouri and eventually into Illinois as we head into later on tonight.
And also into tomorrow we could be seeing some tornadic activity so tornadoes are possible.
Damaging wind gusts and also large -- -- make sure to heat your warnings -- they are issued for your area across that area of the country.
Otherwise -- offers east we're not talking severe weather but there will be some wet -- -- talk about across sections of Mississippi.
Parts of Tennessee and even into parts of Arkansas now this frontal -- is going to continue to head eastbound behind -- we do have temperatures are much colder.
So Oklahoma at Texas.
Spots in the air on the warm side over the next couple of days.
You're gonna start to see a major change temperatures plummeting and getting much colder.
Once that frontal boundary with the showers and storms this push towards the east of your area have a great -- everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina.
And the fox extreme weather center.
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