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You know tomorrow is what the July.
And you're gonna see hundreds if not thousands of American flags -- this morning -- -- America by showing the world.
Largest Maria Molina out -- all look good this New Jersey there she goes up bump but away.
-- -- -- -- -- Okay good morning get to see you good morning everyone and that's right we are with the world's largest free flying.
American flag and it's actually a -- ballooned and right here with me -- have Barry you are the creator and also the -- and I am here to be anything yes I am and what it take a look at the weather conditions across the country that we are expecting for fourth of July because.
Many have you have barbecues and you're gonna be heading out we also have a lot of people traveling so.
Keep this in mind we're expecting hot temperatures out west across parts of Iraqis so anywhere from parts of New Mexico Arizona.
Up into parts of Montana you're going to be seeing high temperatures making into the nineties.
And eating triple digits about a 110 degrees will be the high temperature tomorrow in the city of Phoenix -- on the immediate coast of the West Coast.
You're talking very pleasant temperatures.
Into the seventies farther east the northeast 86 degrees or just about will be the high temperature in New York City and we could be seeing some showers and some thunderstorms.
Across parts of the Ohio valley all the way down to the Gulf Coast in areas of Louisiana parts of Mississippi and also Alabama.
And now we're here with a hot air balloon so we've been tried to get this thing elevated but it's pretty tough because of the wind so we do need very ideal weather conditions to fly a hot air balloon -- We shared they have to be up.
Fairly light winds and of course today it's lightness a little bit because we're tied -- wants to go flying over New York City right now and this particular hot air balloon is different than a regular hot air balloon because of the shape right if it was round -- the wind would blow right around.
OK now let's head back CU clay indexing and Brian I'll see you later have a good fourth of July -- -- see tomorrow night I'll let others.
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