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9/5 Slight Risk Of Severe Storms Obs

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...Northeast/Middle Atlantic...

   Upper trough is forecast to dig southward across the Great Lakes/OH
   Valley into the mid South as heights fall within the base of the
   trough at latitudes as far south as the northern Gulf States late in
   the period. Latest guidance suggest the strongest mid-level flow
   should lag the surface front considerably except for portions of the
   northern Middle Atlantic into New England where deep-layer shear
   will be strong enough to support organized updrafts. Scattered
   convection is currently ongoing along the front across the OH Valley
   into upstate NY and thunderstorms may be ongoing at daybreak along
   the wind shift. While extensive clouds/precip will inhibit surface
   heating west of the Appalachians, modest low-level heating is
   expected to focus along a corridor from the lee of the Appalachians
   into southern New England by 18z which should encourage renewed
   robust updrafts along aforementioned corridor of stronger flow
   aloft. Deep southwesterly flow is expected to enhance the prospect
   for locally damaging winds with frontal convection as it propagates
   across the severe risk region and some hail may be noted with any
   embedded supercells.

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Storms should sustain/intensify as they reach the area  east of the mtns that saw a lot of sun today.

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Heard some thunder when I went out to get my umbrella. Looks like the main part of the storm will stay north of here (Green Hills) though.

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Hopefully this anvil blow off doesn't kill it downstream. Svr parameters are solid 

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12 minutes ago, Qtown Snow said:

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This is pretty much the same radar that has played out repeatedly this severe season.  

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Some stronger winds and a mid-level circulation evident over Lyons in Berks

county.  This storm has a good chance to produce severe-criteria hail heading

into Lehigh county near Alburtis/Macungie.

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Best storm of the year. Though now I have no power. Gust probably close to 50 easily

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4 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

Best storm of the year. Though now I have no power. Gust probably close to 50 easily

Looking your way....

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Nice outflow from the tombo Storm. 

Gusts 30-40 mph. (Early yellowing) Leaves blowing off trees 

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7 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Nice outflow from the tombo Storm. 

Gusts 30-40 mph. (Early yellowing) Leaves blowing off trees 

Yep  34mph gust here in West Chester.

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Had 0.90" and some pea sized hail as the storm rolled through Sinking Spring about 45 min ago.  Reports of some trees down but I didn't see much more than 35-40 mph gusts at my location. Still raining so will update that total later.

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2 minutes ago, Qtown Snow said:

it fizzed out some right over me, lol

.25"

best thing, nice temp drop!

Temp drop best portion here also -  0.23"

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