Monday, August 26, 2013

Wednesday's Severe Thunderstorm Threat Outline

        This summer has been much below average in terms of severe weather and in the foreseeable future, nothing looks to be that significant. For most people including me, this is a good thing, because here in the northeast, we are not big fans of. On Wednesday, there could be a threat of some strong thunderstorms, but it won't be any outbreak at all, and likely will not impact many people here in the northeast.

         Overall the summary is that scattered thunderstorms will be across the northeast region, especially Ohio, West Virginia, Western New York, and Western Pennsylvania. Some of these storms will be on the stronger side, and could produce strong winds in excess of 60 mph, cloud-to-ground lightning, and isolated small hail the size of quarters. Here is a map forecast detailed where your area is located on our exclusive Severe Thunderstorm Threat Index. Stay safe and have a great rest of your day!

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