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By: cws6196 , 2:24 AM GMT on May 31, 2012
It looks like Friday afternoon into the evening we will see strong storms, super cells, forming over Central MD. A cold front will be moving in from the Great Lakes, and ahead of the front storms will be able to form. The timing of the dynamics occurs during the heating of the day, adding to the instability and storm potential.
TIMING: Late afternoon, after 2:00, into the evening.
THREATS: Damaging wind, flooding rain and potential for tornadoes to form.
Follow me on Twitter (@wxmanmd) daily and during the storm. Dont have a Twitter account go to www.twitter.com/wxmanmd (no registration required). I will update my Weather Phone as needed ( 443-470-9804)
I will post another update later Thursday.
Thurs night update
Not too much to add to my previous post. Severe storms and tornadoes are probable Friday afternoon/evening. I am looking at the bulk of the storms starting after 5:00 pm into the evening.
I will have a more complete update later in the morning after I look at the current data.
Please be aware that this has the potential to be bad. Keep an eye on the sky and a weather radio handy. I will post on Twitter (@wxmanmd) and keep my Weather Phone updated ( 443-470-9804).
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Updated: 7:35 PM AKDT on March 21, 2017