article On Sunday, the United States issued its latest forecast for the coming week.
It is forecast to bring temperatures around 5 degrees Celsius (14 degrees Fahrenheit) to the Northeast, with winds around 25 mph (40 kph).
Temperatures will be near normal in the Pacific Northwest and Midwest, where temperatures will average around 20 degrees Celsius and 25 degrees Fahrenheit respectively.
In the Midwest, highs are expected to average around 25 degrees Celsius, and lows around 16 degrees Celsius.
All three regions will have average temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius at their maximums, with temperatures near 40 degrees Celsius in the high 50s and 50s in the Midwest and Southwest.
On Monday, the US National Weather Service issued an alert for people living near the coast and the East Coast.
Winds will be in the 40s and 40s in most places, with some gusts to the mid-40s.
Winds in the Northeast will be up to 50 knots (80 km/h).
Winds in many other places are forecast to be less gusty.
The alert is for people in the areas of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey.
Winds are forecast in most areas for highs in the mid 20s and low 30s.
Temperatures are expected in the 60s and lower 70s in many areas.
The forecast is not for the Southeast.
It will be cooler than normal for the weekend.
Wind gusts will be moderate to heavy, with gusts up to 30 mph (50 kph), and gusts over 40 mph (60 kph) in some locations.
The winds will be gusting to 80 mph (120 kph)!
Temperatures will range from average to around 20°C (68°F) in the low to the high 60s.
It won’t get any colder than 10°C (-21°F).
This will bring snow to many parts of the Northeast and Midwest.
It’s expected that the cold front will pass through the region, but not to much.
The National Weather Forecast for Monday, December 21, 2018 will be updated as more information becomes available.
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