Severe Weather Risk From the Middle Atlantic to Tennessee Valley
27 Jun 2018 11:13 AM
The risk for severe thunderstorms today (Wednesday) has pushed eastward into the Middle Atlantic and Ohio Valley. A slight risk for severe weather has been posted from the Storm Prediction Center from Kentucky to Alabama, where strong wind gusts are the biggest concern. Isolated tornadoes may occur in Pennsylvania and Maryland, another slight risk area for today (Wednesday).
A warm front pushing along the Mason-Dixon line will provide enough wind shear for severe thunderstorms and possible tornado development. Areas ahead of a cold front may see severe weather as well, with large hail and damaging winds.
There is an enhanced risk for severe weather tomorrow in North Dakota. Supercells are possible, with tornadoes, large hail, and strong winds. The severe weather threat is lower for Friday.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels