Intense Heat Fuels Strong Storms on the East Coast

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6 Jul 2024 11:00 PM

Severe weather continues for the Northeast Saturday, after storms troubled the Mod-Atlantic for days. An EF-1 tornado was confirmed the afternoon of the Fourth of July in west Louisville, KY with max winds of 95 mph as it was on the ground for half a mile. There is a marginal risk of severe weather Saturday.

For the rest of this evening, thunderstorms will be widely scattered across the Northeast and New England! The biggest risk will likely be damaging winds. After midnight, thunderstorms will quickly fall apart and drier air should move in. The intense heat will come to an end following the front especially in the Mid Atlantic but temperatures will only just fall into the upper 80s and lower 90s.

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