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  1. BULLETIN - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Severe Thunderstorm Warning National Weather Service Pittsburgh PA 504 PM EDT Sat Mar 28 2020 The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Southern Washington County in southwestern Pennsylvania... Greene County in southwestern Pennsylvania... Western Fayette County in southwestern Pennsylvania... Southeastern Ohio County in northern West Virginia... Northeastern Marshall County in northern West Virginia... * Until 545 PM EDT. * At 504 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located near Triadelphia, moving east at 40 mph. HAZARD...Wind gusts to 60 mph and quarter-size hail. SOURCE...Radar. IMPACT...Minor hail damage to vehicles is possible. Expect wind damage to trees and power lines, resulting in some power outages. * Locations impacted include... Waynesburg... California... Masontown... Brownsville... Fredericktown-Millsboro... Fairdale... Jefferson Boro... Isabella... Rogersville... West Brownsville... West Finley... Deemston... This includes Interstate 79 in Pennsylvania between mile markers 6 and 26.
  2. Mesoscale Discussion 0253 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 0303 PM CDT Sat Mar 28 2020 Areas affected...Parts of central Indiana and Ohio into southwestern Pennsylvania Concerning...Severe Thunderstorm Watch 67... Valid 282003Z - 282130Z The severe weather threat for Severe Thunderstorm Watch 67 continues. SUMMARY...Widely scattered strong to severe thunderstorm activity may persist near/north of the Interstate 70 corridor another couple of hours, before diminishing by 6-8 PM EDT. DISCUSSION...Frontolysis appears underway, from west to east, along the Interstate 70 corridor, with the primary surface frontal zone redeveloping northward into southern portions of the Great Lakes region through early evening. However, scattered vigorous thunderstorm development persists, probably aided by inflow of unstable boundary layer air characterized by CAPE in excess of 1000 J/kg. Given the increasingly widespread nature to the convection, and general stabilization of the surrounding boundary layer due to rain cooling and decreasing insolation, convective intensities seem likely to trend downward through 6-8 PM EDT. However, until then, widely scattered strong storms, perhaps including a small evolving cluster approaching northern portions of the Indianapolis metro area, may continue to pose a risk for severe hail and locally strong surface gusts. ..Kerr.. 03/28/2020
  3. Advisory is up. OHZ039>041-048>050-057>059-068-069-PAZ007>009-013>016-020>023-029- 031-073-075-WVZ001>004-012-021-509-070400- /O.NEW.KPBZ.WW.Y.0005.200207T0500Z-200207T1800Z/ Tuscarawas-Carroll-Columbiana-Coshocton-Harrison-Jefferson OH- Muskingum-Guernsey-Belmont-Noble-Monroe-Mercer-Venango-Forest- Lawrence-Butler-Clarion-Jefferson PA-Beaver-Allegheny-Armstrong- Indiana-Washington-Greene-Westmoreland-Fayette-Hancock-Brooke- Ohio-Marshall-Wetzel-Marion-Monongalia- Including the cities of New Philadelphia, Dover, Carrollton, Malvern, East Liverpool, Salem, Columbiana, Coshocton, Cadiz, Steubenville, Zanesville, Cambridge, Martins Ferry, St. Clairsville, Caldwell, Woodsfield, Sharon, Hermitage, Grove City, Oil City, Franklin, Tionesta, New Castle, Ellwood City, Butler, Clarion, Punxsutawney, Brookville, Aliquippa, Beaver Falls, Ambridge, Monaca, Pittsburgh Metro Area, Kittanning, Ford City, Indiana, Washington, Canonsburg, Waynesburg, Murrysville, Greensburg, New Kensington, Lower Burrell, Latrobe, Monessen, Uniontown, Weirton, Follansbee, Wellsburg, Wheeling, Moundsville, New Martinsville, Fairmont, and Morgantown 258 PM EST Thu Feb 6 2020 ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO 1 PM EST FRIDAY... * WHAT...Rain changing quickly to snow, with a period of heavy snow around the morning commute. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches. * WHERE...Portions of northwest, southwest and western Pennsylvania, east central Ohio and northern and the northern panhandle of West Virginia. * WHEN...From midnight tonight to 1 PM EST Friday. Heaviest snow will fall between 4 am and 9am. * IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning commute.
  4. .NEAR TERM /THROUGH TONIGHT/... Precipitation, mainly falling as rain, will continue through the evening though some transition to snow is already occurring as noted by northeast OH/northwestern PA web-cameras and surface observations. Northwest flow has kept temperatures cooler than anticipated over much of the region, which will in turn allow for the cool down to happen a bit quicker overnight. This could have implications on the changeover to snow. The upper trough will lift and take on a slight negative tilt as it interacts with northern stream energy. With additional support from a coupled jet and strengthening cold advection, there appears to be a window where we could see rather efficient snowfall rates toward morning. Considering the time frame, during the morning commute, and dynamics that are present, think the headlines may be appropriate given potential impacts.
  5. GFS seems to be getting better for late week. Needs some support, however.