Cold front dumps south and with it comes the rain and big storms | Josh Owens
The Storm Prediction Center has placed the northern half of the state under a slight risk for severe weather. A cold front draped over the northeast will make a southerly push into Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and Virginia and to out thick, hot, and humid air. This brings with it a increasing shot a severe potentially dangerous storms across the region. While the strongest stuff will be just north of us, we still will see some bigger storms in the MWC coverage area. THIS WILL NOT BE A REPEAT OF THE JUNE 1st SEVERE OUTBREAK OR THE RECENT DERECHO ON JUNE 29.
We also have a good chance of severe weather for June 8 directly across the MDV area, details will come later.
Here are your risk factors:
- Wind: 6/10
- Hail: 3/10
- Tornado: 1/10
- Watch Issuance: 7/10
- MWC Nowcasting: Doubtful | Possible | Likely