Severe Weather Potential

I extended the severe weather threat zone into the Carolina’s and The lower Delmarva. Thinking is based on simulated radar that a squall line would develop across the South and continue to the East-Northeast with the primary threat wind damage. Winds aloft will be strong so it will not take much to bring those high winds down to the surface in convection.

Below is the 3km NAM model simulated radar animation.

Severe Weather Maps


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