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2014 Mid-Atlantic Severe Discussion Thread

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I'm in. Tssn?

 

+TSRA +FC 27048G62 WSHFT RMK CB OHD CONS LTG CG IC GR 2 1/2 P0123

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Wait....tracking severe 5 days out? Hmmmm

I'm not. Severe weenies. :rolleyes:

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+TSRA +FC 27048G62 WSHFT RMK CB OHD CONS LTG CG IC GR 2 1/2 P0123

 

JT, I would love to join a severe wx chase at some point this spring or summer. Better hit me up on here  ;)

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I'm not. Severe weenies. :rolleyes:

I would love to add to this thread but I know a lot more about weenies than severe, so you are on your own and I will not be taunting you :).

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Thunder and lightning on Feb. 19? I am gonna take this is a hopeful sign for the spring.

 

haven't heard anything yet in the city, have you?

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No, but it is sometimes hard for me to hear low rumbles in my building. I think I just saw a flash of lightning.

 

rain just entering city limits... will probably see/hear some soon

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Had about a half dozen nice strikes and rumbles. One had that ground shaking slow roll. Is that called ducting?

 

Correct. Thunder bounces between the ground and the inversion layer.

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Via Eskimo Joe in the PA subforum: Lightning strike to House in Caroll Co.

09:30 Sykesville *missed box* / 7500blk Old Washington Rd / Lightning Strike to House / HE131 E123 TO12 HM135 E124 (19)

Two CG strikes to separate houses. Home owner w chest pains but refused on scene. Units will clear when ready.[/size]

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Had a few rumbles of thunder in Harford County. It really looked like Summer with all of those dark clouds.

 

Hoping for an active severe weather season (is a hurricane too much to ask for?)!

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Had a few rumbles of thunder in Harford County. It really looked like Summer with all of those dark clouds.

 

Hoping for an active severe weather season (is a hurricane too much to ask for?)!

 

I'll take an active season, but without the Hurricane in my neck of the woods. Millersville already floods on 2" of rain let alone 10+". Hurricanes are fun to track, but put up too much damage when you're in them. I'll take my straight line winds with thunder/lightning and hail. I'm sure people along the bay can agree with me here

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I'll take an active season, but without the Hurricane in my neck of the woods. Millersville already floods on 2" of rain let alone 10+". Hurricanes are fun to track, but put up too much damage when you're in them. I'll take my straight line winds with thunder/lightning and hail. I'm sure people along the bay can agree with me here

Yeah, I could live without hurricanes too. I mostly like the high winds (without the power outages).

 

A few weeks ago, I had sustained winds of about 30-35 mph, gusting up to 38 mph three times. I live on an inlet to the Bay, so it's ALWAYS windy here.

 

Good times... :)

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Had a few rumbles of thunder in Harford County. It really looked like Summer with all of those dark clouds.

 

Hoping for an active severe weather season (is a hurricane too much to ask for?)!

Yes, but a tropical remnant thing which drops 10-15 inches of rain isn't.

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I actually checked the 12z Nam this morning on twister data and it was showing a weak unstable layer even up to Millersville. The sounding down to MD got better, but it wasn't perfect. I can definitely see a rumble of thunder with the line on Friday, but the time of day it comes through is tougher to get severe, especially in February. I agree if the line was more forecasted during the afternoon, our chances would definitely go up due to increased heating. Has potential for sure. Straight lines will be the thing to look for here.

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