- Severe Thunderstorms in PA
- Tornadoes and Spin-Ups in PA
- Strong Squall Lines with 70 MPH downdrafts
- 1/2″ hail and higher in some areas
- An outbreak of severe thunderstorms is likely in the Southeast and northern Gulf Coast.
- Numerous severe storms are expected as far north as the Ohio Valley.
- Tornadoes, damaging winds, flooding rain and hail are all threats, particularly in the Southeast.
- A few strong and/or long-track tornadoes are possible in the Southeast.
- Heavy rainfall will also bring the threat of flash flooding.
- Severe thunderstorms will continue marching east ahead of the cold front from the Ohio Valley and Appalachians to north Florida.
- Some tornadoes are still possible, both embedded in the squall line and in discrete thunderstorms ahead of the line.
- Otherwise, damaging straight-line winds are the main nighttime concern.
- Localized flash flooding may become a concern, particularly in the Appalachians.
- Severe storms are expected ahead of a strong cold front in the mid-Atlantic states, particularly in the morning.
- Damaging wind gusts and a few tornadoes will be possible with this activity.
- We can’t rule out a few thunderstorms farther north, perhaps to the NYC Tri-State area in the afternoon, potentially with hail and gusty winds.