Heavy Storms into the I-95 Corridor Tuesday

Surface Map for Tuesday Evening

A cold front will move through the eastern part of the country, sparking heavy thunderstorms across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The bulk of the storms will be right along the I-95 corridor.

The storms, as shown on the simulated radar below will be ongoing from the morning. The storms are expected to intensify coming East into the hot and humid airmass that is in-place.

The storms will produce mainly high winds, with gusts over 40 mph. Some storms may produce wind gusts up to 60 mph, but most storms should have winds well under that. This is not a widespread severe weather outbreak, but the typically summertime line of storms that occur when a cold front blasts into hot and humid weather.



Surface Map



Simulated Radar for Tuesday Evening

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