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National weather forecast: Severe weather continues across South, eastern US sees above-average temps

A large low-pressure system in the Midwest continues to generate spotty showersa> and thunderstorms from the Northern Plains to the Mid-Atlantic on Friday.<

The system keeps cloudy wet conditions to the north, but further south severe weather is likely.

Severe threats through Friday night (Credit: Fox News)

Severe threats through Friday night (Credit: Fox News)

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a moderate risk of severe weather today for portions of the us-regions, as well as a slight risk for a large area that includes us-regions, us-regions and us-regions.

Severe storms will be capable of producing high winds, large hail and disasters.

Severe threats through Saturday (Credit: Fox News)

Severe threats through Saturday (Credit: Fox News)

Heavy rain and localized disasters is also possible. 

Elsewhere in the eastern U.S., above-average temperatures continue.

Forecast highs across the U.S. (Credit: Fox News)

Forecast highs across the U.S. (Credit: Fox News)

High temperatures will be 20-25 degrees above average in the eastern us-regions region on Friday and Saturday. 

And in the us-regions, dry conditions combined with breezy winds and low humidity will again support critical weather conditions.

Wildfire danger in the Southwest (Credit: Fox News)

Wildfire danger in the Southwest (Credit: Fox News)

disasters have been issued in parts of western Texas to central us-regions.

Conditions are expected to improve on Sunday and Monday. 

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