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Mid-Atlantic Storm Threat Dissipates Overnight

28 Sep 2021, 7:30 pm

A cold front has been making its way through the northeastern United States producing some localized heavy rain and even a little bit of hail for some.

Most of the hail we have seen has been subsevere.

Severe Outlook

The highest risk of hail and wind will be likely in areas of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. overnight tonight.

Severe Risks

The main threat will be large hail and gusty winds through tonight.

Forecast

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