Wednesday July 21 2021
The heat, humidity, and smoke are about to get swept out of the region by a cold front. This front will ignite some storms that have the potential to turn severe, but as always that is not a promise for your area.
Here is a quick comparison of the set up, radar simulation, and live radar with lightning to compare.
Severe Thunderstorm Watch
Until 8 PM, however once the line crosses, this will be cancelled from west to east.
The Watch means storms could reach levels with winds to 60 mph, hail over 1 inch diameter, and isolated tornadoes. If a storm does start producing that, then a warning will be issued.
Important to note that any storm, even non severe, can produce dangerous lightning.
Compare To Severe Storm Outlook From This Morning
Radar Snapshot at 12:30 PM
Radar Simulation —-> slider
This product continues to under represent the storms. We can see less shown on this first image forecast for 1 PM, than the 12:30 Doppler Snapshot above.
- Southern PA: Through 3 PM
- Metro/Central Maryland areas will 2 PM to 5 PM.
- Southern Maryland to the Beaches will be 4 PM to 7 PM
Live Radar and Lightning Widget
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