Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Tomorrow's Thunderstorm Expectations: Will You See Storms?

          Over the past month or two, I can't really remember the last time we even had an even moderate severe thunderstorm threat since maybe May. But this streak is to end because tomorrow will hold a threat of storms that will put some areas in a high threat on are exclusive severe weather threat graphic. Overall the whole region will have somewhat of a threat with the higher threats for strong thunderstorms mainly inland with the exception of Maine, but leaving out Northern Ohio.

          The main threats are damaging winds in excess of 60 mph and small hail as big as golf ball size hail, but that would likely be in Ohio and West Virginia. The risk of a tornado is pretty low and the probability of a tornado occurring anywhere here in the Northeast is about 5%. So tomorrow will be the first day in a while with a noticeable threat of t-storms. A few Severe Thunderstorm Watches are possible but likely no Tornado Watches will be issued tomorrow. The graphic showing tomorrow's severe thunderstorm threats for tomorrow is below. Thanks for reading, stay safe and have a great rest of your day!

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