The Daily Weather Update from FOX Weather: Record high temperatures in jeopardy Tuesday

Start your day with the latest weather news – Unseasonably warm weather is ahead for more than 200 million Americans through the end of the workweek. Plus, a persistent rainy pattern will once again set up along the Gulf Coast.

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Record high temperatures in jeopardy for Tuesday

An unseasonable pattern change will bring more than 200 million Americans summer-like temperatures.

The Southwest to the Northeast will feel the warmth, and dozens of record-high temperatures are in jeopardy of being broken throughout the week. 

Phoenix, Arizona, will be among the warmest locations, which could see temperatures near the triple digits on Tuesday. 

Cities that have the potential to break record high temperatures on Tuesday.
(FOX Weather)


More rain eyes the Gulf Coast

Persistent rounds of rain will impact the Gulf Coast this week, bringing unsettled weather for those in the Southeast. 

The FOX Forecast Center expects the rain to begin late Tuesday night with a developing area of low pressure that will slowly linger before moving onshore Thursday or Friday.

Clouds will also keep the Southeast cooler, with temperatures below average for most of the week.

Rain forecast for the Southeast through Friday.
(FOX Weather)


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