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  1. Approximately what time will the 0z runs be coming in tonight?
  2. I'm no radar expert, but I thought I saw what looked like a hook echo starting to develop over the New Hope, PA/Lambertville, NJ area as the storms just moved through...but it seems to have lost that signature now. That portion of the storm does not have any warnings out for it at the moment, sooooo...nevermind I guess.
  3. I work in center city and we could feel our building swaying from the wind when this moved through! This was a more impressive event than Sunday was, in my opinion. Why didn't we hear "First Alerts!!!" about this for days leading up to it?
  4. Skies are definitely brightening, but still pretty cloudy here near Valley Forge.
  5. Pretty sure there used to be a thread or two about this in the past, but I can't seem to find it (may have been on the old board)... With today's severe weather potential, it got me thinking - what are the sites you all use online for radar imagery? I often feel like the NWS Mt. Holly radar site is too small of an image on the screen, and sites like wunderground.com have too much bloat/ads on them that distract or cause slow performance. Is there something out there (for free) that is similar to the Radarscope app, but for the browser? Thanks!
  6. Sorry to ask...but what app is this a screen shot from? Thanks.
  7. Severe T-Storm Watch just issued for the entire area until 9pm. Severe Thunderstorm Watch Statement as of 1:55 PM EDT on April 26, 2016 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of Delaware northern Maryland New Jersey the southern two-thirds of Pennsylvania coastal waters * effective this Tuesday afternoon and evening from 155 PM until 900 PM EDT. * Primary threats include... scattered damaging wind gusts to 70 mph likely isolated large hail events to 1 inch in diameter possible Summary...short lines of thunderstorms ex
  8. I could be wrong but I think January 1996 is the only time that blizzard conditions have verified in Philly.
  9. Just saw the Philly area was upgraded to a Blizzard Watch. When is the last time we were under one of those? February 2010?
  10. Starting to see those doomsday scenario snow maps appearing on Facebook...
  11. getting really windy in the Valley Forge area now. Probably the strongest of the day so far.
  12. Tornado Warning now for NW Chester and SW Montgomery county now. Right where I am.
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