Cold Front Brings Severe Weather to the Southeast

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22 Jul 2018 10:37 AM
A cold front moving through the southeast will bring severe weather for today and tomorrow. There is a slight risk of severe weather for parts of Florida, southern Georgia, and southern Alabama. A marginal risk of severe weather extends all the way up to Washington D.C. Winds around 60 mph or greater could occur within some of these storms. We could even see hail that is 1-2 inches in diameter. A possible tornado could be spotted throughout Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. With the possible severe thunderstorms and strong winds we could see today, we have the potential for rip currents, as well. There have already been 3 reported deaths off the coast of North Carolina. Remember to ALWAYS observe the flags on the beach. Stay safe today, everyone.   For WeatherNation -Meteorologist Shelly Lindblade
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