Dangerous, excessive heat expanding in central US, moves into Northeast over weekend

Strong thunderstorms are moving into the Northeast Thursday morning before some of the hottest temperatures this year begin Friday.
0:46 | 06/28/18

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Transcript for Dangerous, excessive heat expanding in central US, moves into Northeast over weekend
Your weather for this Thursday morning. We have a new look at the damage after a tornado with winds of up to 165. Miles per hour tore through eureka Kansas on Tuesday night. Nearly 200 buildings were damaged and eight people were hurt. Looking at the radar right now the hot spot is in the northeast heavy downpours are stretching from Philadelphia. Up into Maine this morning temperaturewise. It looks like summer has arrived in nearly. Every part of the country. But I say mostly in the eighty's and ninety's and into the triple digits in the southwest 108 in Phoenix 100 an Albuquerque 101. In Dallas.

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