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Slight Risk of Severe Weather for the Carolinas Monday

23 Oct 2017, 8:32 am

Video Forecast

A strong cold front moving through the eastern half of the country will bring increasing chances for severe weather over parts of the Carolinas and southern Virginia Monday afternoon and evening. The primary threat will be damaging winds over 60 mph and isolated tornadoes.  Large hail doesn’t look like it’s going to be major threat, but still an isolated hail threat will be there for parts of the region.

Severe Weather Timing

A cold front will have plenty of moisture to work with as it pushes into the eastern U.S. Monday.  Strong to severe thunderstorms, especially during the afternoon and evening hours, will be possible for the Carolinas and southern Virginia.  Here is the latest timing.

Severe Risks

All the severe weather risks will be there with Monday’s storms, but the highest severe risks will be damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.

The main focus for tornado development will be in South Carolina and southern North Carolina…basically Raleigh to Charlotte and down to Charleston.


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Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

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