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taking the scene i can route in cooler waters, our friends in iceland and greenland may see impacts associated with it as the system arrives late next week. here's what's happening around the united states. warmt warmth developing into portions of the great lakes region. almost summer like warmth in place. chicago climbing up to 80 degrees in places such as new york city middle 70s and around the nation we look, we have one of our cooler spots, atlanta thanks to the rainfall. highs of 70 degrees. isa? >> thanks very much, pedram. here in london, too. >>> now, the director of the u.s. national institutes of health is reportedly planning to step down. according to the "washington post" and politico, dr. francis collins will announce he is leaving the job later today he has been at the forefront of the u.s. pandemic response. while his resignation comes as the u.s. is facing a new battle against covid-19, that is preventing a holiday surge. new cases in hospital admissions are declining. they say that could reverse if americans get too complacent. the death toll should be a sobering reminder of j
precious approaching. some big patterns here, big peaks and troughs, you can see a peak going over greenland there, trough in the north atlantic, then peaking again across western parts of europe. and when we see this sort of pattern, that gives us an indication there'll be a lot of mixing in the atmosphere between the northern and southern climes — so pulses of cooler air pushed up ahead, then back to cooler air again. lots of low pressures forming in the north atlantic as a result of these temperature contrasts as well, and towards the end of the week it looks like it will turn a little bit colder. so let's summarise what the next few days will look like — bouts of heavy rain particularly across western areas with low pressures approaching, that also means gale force winds, but we will also see a lot of mild air, very mild air, in fact, pressures approaching, that also means gale force winds, but we will also see a lot of mild air, very mild air, in fact, streaming in from the azores. now this is the weather map for monday — and a big low—pressure with winds blowing around it like
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