July 1, 2022

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12:45 PM | ***An update on the season’s first tropical threat…an update on the heavy rain/severe thunderstorm threat in the Mid-Atlantic region*** — Arcfield Weather

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Heavy rain/severe thunderstorms in the Mid-Atlantic region

A warm front lifted north through the Mid-Atlantic region this morning leaving the area with warm and humid air at the same time a cold front inches its way in this direction from the west.  Low pressure will form along this incoming boundary zone enhancing the chances for heavy showers and possible severe thunderstorms from later this afternoon into early tonight. In addition to the potential of some torrential rainfall, any thunderstorm can produce small hail and damaging wind gusts. Showers and embedded thunderstorms have already formed across western and central PA at the mid-day hour and the overall coverage and intensity will increase dramatically over the next few hours with increased low-level heating. The timetable for the activity in the immediate DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor will be rather typical for this time of year i.e., during the warmest time of the day from about mid-afternoon to mid-evening (i.e., 2pm-9pm). 

Following the passage of the cold front, high pressure will build eastward on Friday and take back control of the weather in the Mid-Atlantic region. The weekend is shaping up to be very nice with comfortable temperatures and humidity levels on Saturday and Sunday and plenty of sunshine each day.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield
arcfieldweather.com

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Paul Dorian

2022-06-02 16:38:31

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