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May 28th-30th Severe Potential

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5 minutes ago, qg_omega said:

A lot of shear but little instability

As I said earlier, morning to afternoon showers killed what could've been a really significant event. 

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2 minutes ago, Stormlover74 said:

I'm in a good position here in Dover. Black sky and tons of lightning

I am close by. I'm kind of backyard chasing from Greensboro to Dover to watch the spectacle.

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4 minutes ago, Stormlover74 said:

I'm in a good position here in Dover. Black sky and tons of lightning

Theres rotation headed right in your general direction

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Holy crap. While we've been paying attention to our area, parts of Kansas City have gotten obliterated by a monster tornado.

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5 minutes ago, SnoSki14 said:

As I said earlier, morning to afternoon showers killed what could've been a really significant event. 

Huh? Wanna check the radar?

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2 minutes ago, TriPol said:

Holy crap. While we've been paying attention to our area, parts of Kansas City have gotten obliterated by a monster tornado.

that's the disturbance that will bring another severe weather event to the region tomorrow PM.

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5 minutes ago, JakkelWx said:

I am close by. I'm kind of backyard chasing from Greensboro to Dover to watch the spectacle.

Sky is an eerie orange color with almost constant lightning

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Just now, dmillz25 said:

But that storm in NNJ looks to have rotation in it

yeah...surprised it doesn't have a tornado warning like the one behind it. definitely a well-defined low-level circulation. seeing the new cells pop up in the area supports the modeling that has indicated an increase in 850 flow this evening. that should help produce an uptick in the severe threat near and especially just W-SW of the city the next couple hours. 

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Just now, dmillz25 said:

Also looks like it’s headed right for NYC

I can see the headlines now: Tornado warning for NYC

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9 minutes ago, dmillz25 said:

That south Jersey storm tho

That looks really impressive, a tornado or waterspout with that one would not surprise me.

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Supercell composites are up to 20 here. Also, apocalyptic lightning storm watching this S NJ cell from the other side of the bay.

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definitely concerned for union/middlesex, NJ and staten island since these will be riding that old boundary. cell mergers about to occur will also ramp up rotation on the southeastern storm.

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Just now, purduewx80 said:

definitely concerned for union/middlesex, NJ and staten island since these will be riding that old boundary. cell mergers about to occur will also ramp up rotation on the southeastern storm.

Keeping a close eye on the radar for sure. I am in the northeast corner of Middlesex Co. NJ close to the Union Co. border.

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