TeaysValleyWV

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KPIT
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    Cranberry Township, PA

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  1. Lines of storms forming to the north again. On my drive into work this morning the ground here at Southpoint was bone dry.
  2. My Final total was 3.88". There were a couple more rounds of heavy rain and lightning up until 2:30 AM.
  3. Dumped the gauge at 9:45 PM, 3.10" and getting another round of heavy rain and lightning.....it's been constant since 5:30 with brief lulls. Seems like the 5th or 6th round.
  4. I'm getting wave after wave of heavy rain here. Radar shows a precip train back into Ohio. I would say there is going to be flooding along the creeks soon.
  5. Wow. In Cranberry....Heavy rain with pea sized hail, some lightning, 1.52" in about 45 minutes, but was wind driven against west side of house for a while so catch will probably be a little low. Standing water in my yard in all the low spots.
  6. Golf ball size hail reported in Merced Countyj Edit to add my brother said he wasn't getting golf ball size hail in Armstrong county at 3:08
  7. TORNADO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WT 274 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 145 PM EDT TUE MAY 28 2019 TORNADO WATCH 274 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM EDT for our area
  8. Tornado Watch likely in next couple hours according to latest Meso discussion from SPC. ... ...Tornadoes are possible as well, especially for storms that exhibit more southeast movement, which will maximize SRH per observed/forecast soundings....
  9. Appears we'll have clearing this morning resulting in priming up the atmosphere for us this afternoon. Interesting that NWS discussion mentions that convection movement will be North to South this afternoon.
  10. Tomorrow could be active. SPC has us in the Enhanced area National Weather Service Pittsburgh PA 727 PM EDT Mon May 27 2019 && . SHORT TERM /6 AM TUESDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT/... Latest guidance has trended up CAPE values during the afternoon and early evening with HREF mean values over 3000 J/kg across the northern half of the forecast area by mid/late afternoon and slightly lower values to the south. Shear profiles are favorable for organized severe convection...as bowing lines and/or supercells. Damaging wind and hail are the primary threats with dry mid-level air yielding high DCAPE values and sufficient instability from -10C to -20C. Hodographs support tornadic storms as well...with more favorable LCLs across northern zones where ll moisture is expected to pool.
  11. KPIT is doing a special balloon launch this afternoon when the dry air moves in.
  12. SPC expanded the Enhanced area to cover most of Western PA. If we get some sun it's game on this afternoon.
  13. It's been snowing for several hours in Cranberry, but just started to accumulate on grass and deck about 30 minutes ago when the rate picked up. Street and sidewalks just wet. 30F.