Severe Storm Risk Today: Simulated Radar August 4

Severe Storm Risk Today: Simulated Radar August 4

Screen Shot2015-08-04 07_19_08Storms flared up early this morning a little more intense and farther east than expected.  The boundary that triggered these cells is still in the area and will help ignite another line of storms this afternoon. There is a slight risk for severe storms that may include more hail, damaging wind, and dangerous lightning. The best threat will be near I-95 and passing south and east through Maryland and Delaware.  While a stray shower might pop late morning, the timing will be early to mid afternoon.

 

 

 

 

Simulated radar from the NAM/WRF Model: 

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August 4th, 2015|Tags: , , , , |