Severe Storms in Ohio to Western PA Today

As the upper-level low drives across the Ohio Valley today, a band of severe storms will develop across Ohio which can produce strong winds, hail and perhaps even a tornado. That band of storms will move into western PA and weaken into gusty storms tonight. The rotation tracks shown on the image below may show where hail can occur but also could indicate that the potential for a quick hitting weak tornado.

Updated the Map! Snow will Come Move Out of the Rockies to the Northeast

A storm coming out of the Rockies will spread snow from the Front Range of Colorado into the Midwest and Great Lakes eventually into the Northeast Wednesday into Thursday night. The Front Range into Nebraska will see 4-12 inches of snow while the Midwest into the Northeast will have 4-8 inches of snow. This will cause snow covered roads and poor travel conditions. A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain will hit parts of New York and Ontario Thursday morning. Snow showers will come in behind the storm across the eastern Ohio Valley and Appalachians Thursday night.

The storm will also cause severe storms across the Lower Mississippi Valley Wednesday afternoon. The storms will produce damaging winds and perhaps a few tornadoes.

Tornadoes May Hit Louisiana into Mississippi Saturday
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