There were multiple tornadoes reported in the Mid-Atlantic region on Monday and there is a threat of more severe weather later today into early tonight in the DC-to-Philly- corridor and surrounding regions. Thunderstorms are growing across the eastern parts of West Virginia at mid-day and in the southwestern part of Virginia and are generally moving to the northeast. At this rate, the chance for strong-to-severe storms in the DC and Philly metro regions will likely fall in the 4-9 PM time period. The threat for severe weather will include the risk of damaging wind gusts, hail, and an outside chance of a tornado. In addition to the upper-level support, there is a surface cold front approaching from the west and a trough of low pressure in the lee of the Appalachians.
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