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Hi everyone I'm meteorologist -- -- -- from the fox extreme weather center with your forecast for the northwest and also parts of the north central and for today.
You're looking at temperatures very warm so warming up across parts of northern California and even in the city of Medford.
Over parts of up Portland looking pretty good -- Temperatures -- want to the -- adhered to shy of -- actually in reading 72 degrees for high temperature in Seattle and 78.
Over and city of Portland as far as north central -- you're actually going to be enjoying finally a warm up.
You've been very chilly over the last several weeks and even months below average 67 degrees -- high temperature in Bismarck today 66 over -- Rapid City.
And making it into the seventies and the state of Nebraska so again looking very nice out here feeling like -- across both areas.
The bad -- at the warm up -- especially even live across the city of Fargo in North Dakota.
Is that we're actually expecting that snow to melt very rapidly as we head into this weekend and we're expecting that snow to continue to -- -- actually cause a rise.
And river levels out here so to keep that in mind could be potentially dealing with some major flooding.
As we head into next week Monday possibly into Tennessee and also Wednesday along the red river in the city of Fargo and North Dakota so there's going to be a big concern out here.
Otherwise as far as any rainfall goes for parts of Wyoming parts of Montana has seen very quiet.
Washington and Portland take a look at the forecast radar not much is in store for you coming up over the next several days -- get out and -- -- the weekend looks pretty nice for you.
It's by late in the day on Saturday and into Sunday that you could see.
A few isolated showers across sections of Washington -- on the coast.
In the city of Seattle put over on the weather picture looks very nice across northern Rockies and even into the Dakotas and the state of Nebraska have -- -- everyone.
-- meteorologists Maria Molina from the fox extreme weather senator.
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