A line of showers and perhaps embedded thunderstorms will develop today and swing through the state of PA from West to East giving an area-wide threat of showers and storms. All activity should not contain severe weather, but heavy downpours and a rumble of thunder is possible.
Latest short range guidance shows this line well. Valid for 1 PM this afternoon:
As the line sinks Southeast, the line begins to break up. So Western and Central parts of the state will definitely have the better chance for shower and thunderstorm activity.
Tomorrow stands the better chance for the area to see Severe Weather, and this time, the threat looks to target Eastern PA more-so than the rest of the state. A line of strong to severe storms will develop Tuesday Afternoon in Central PA and head East from there. It will NOT be a solid line of storms, instead more of the scattered variety. But, if your town finds itself in the path of one these storms, the STORM PREDICTION CENTER states the potential of damaging winds and hail in these storms.
Area A – The Storm Prediction Center has placed this area under a MARGINAL RISK for severe weather. This area stands the best chance to have storms roll through producing damaging winds and hail.
Area B – There is the possibility of thunderstorms, but at this point, the storms will not meet severe criteria.
Timing: Late Tuesday Morning Through Tuesday Evening.
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