Slight Risk For Storms Brief Break The More Heat Next Week

Slight Risk For Storms Brief Break The More Heat Next Week

Screen Shot2016-07-09 07_24_09Saturday July 9 – We still have high humidity around this morning. A weak front will trigger some storms this afternoon that will help bringing a slight improvement for tomorrow. But the forces on the storms shows the energy this afternoon near the Chesapeake Bay, but mostly on the north and east end.  That is why The Storm Prediction Center has placed the Slight Risk from metro Philadelphia and northward. There will be the best chance for large hail and damming winds. But as we saw yesterday, it does not take severe limits to bring impressive storms. So please check out the radar simulation timeline below.

After the front passes, we will get into some improved air quality Sunday and Monday, but the pattern brings back another heat wave next week. The second week of July is climatologically the hottest time of the year, and this will try to live up to expectations seen in the outlook.

Radar Simulation –> slider

Chance of Severe Elements

This means that any storm in the highlighted area has a 15% chance of producing large hail and or damaging winds over 60 mph.

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If you have storm damage such as dents from hail or wind and debris, RPS can help

 

Another Heat Wave

The outlook from the Climate Prediction Center for next week

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Upper Air Pattern Next Week

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Temperature Outlook

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