Friday, June 29, 2012

Triple Threat for Severe Weather Tomorrow

There are three areas of severe weather potential tomorrow across the eastern US. The largest risk area involves the Ohio Valley and Mid Atlantic into a portion of the Northeast. The other two risk areas are stationed in the Northern Plains.

At this time, the most risk appears to be placed in the Mid Atlantic-Ohio Valley risk outline as a frontal boundary initiates convective development for that area.
More on this risk later today and tomorrow.



Alice McDonald said...

Do you think NE In will get any rain? They announced today it is too dry for fireworks. I don't ever remember drought being this bad in Ft. Wayne.

Andrew said...

The ridge should stay in place for a while- despite recent rains in your area, the heat will continue for at least a week.