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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather center with the forecast for the northeast.
And also parts of the midwest and today you're going to be feeling very spring like out across both areas with temperatures.
Finally -- -- feel like spring or even above average conditions out across the area some good news have been having several weeks.
Even months already that we've been dealing with temperatures are below average so welcome change 64 degrees very high temperature in New York City -- -- seven.
In Washington DC and -- -- 66 -- high temperature.
And the city of Minneapolis you could actually get up to seventy degrees today and you're going to stay in the seventies as we head into this weekend.
And as a first time you're going to be seeing temperatures in the seventies cents last year in a hole -- so.
A welcome teens again across sections of the upper midwest.
Otherwise we are -- -- be -- with scattered areas of rain today some lighter showers -- across parts of Wisconsin and also Michigan across sections of the interior northeast get a few light showers swing on.
Very quickly -- especially during overnight hours.
But a more significant batch of rain is swinging through parts of Missouri parts of Illinois and even moving into sections of Kentucky and it's -- to see -- out here.
As we head into your Saturday Saturday morning and even into Saturday evening hours at -- rain will continue to head east -- By Sunday some of you across revelations like in the -- -- West Virginia and even down into western parts of the state of Virginia.
Could be looking at some areas of heavy rain aren't even to moderate -- that's we're looking -- here some unsettled weather otherwise in New England in New York City and Philadelphia you're going to be enjoying a lot of sunshine dry weather and again those very spring like temperatures coming up here over the next several days.
Have a great day everyone I'm meteorologist Maria Molina for the fox extreme weather senator.
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