Severe weather is expected from the Ohio Valley to the Northeast on Tuesday, August 22.
Damaging winds, hail are the main concern for severe weather today. An isolated tornado or two is also possible around the enhanced risk (orange-shaded area) this afternoon. Graphic depicts risk and forecast arrival of storms. Stay alert! #NYwx #PAwx
Posted by WeatherNation on Tuesday, August 22, 2017
There is an enhanced risk for severe storms in eastern Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. A slight risk for severe storms extends from the southern High Plains to New England.
Scattered storms are expected to bring damaging winds, hail and there is even a possibility for an isolated tornado.
A Tornado Watch was issued early Tuesday afternoon for parts of New York, western Vermont and northern Pennsylvania until 9 p.m.
A Tornado Watch has just been issued for portions of Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont, until 9pm EDT. pic.twitter.com/YM9bEKmyVL
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A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was issued not long after. That watch lasts until 9 p.m. from western Pennsylvania down to northern Kentucky.
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