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And if you remember the outlook prior said tornadoes were NOT a concern with this system!

Just goes to show you need to stay alert during ANY tropical threat.

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Just found out that the EF0 in Quanitco, MD (Wicomico County) actually hit the neighborhood my college advisor lives in. Couple hundred yards from the house he said. 

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.Kent County Delaware Tornado...
 
 Start Location...Sandtown in Kent County, Delaware
 End Location...Sandtown in Kent County, Delaware
 Date...August 4, 2020
 Estimated Time...8:25 AM EDT to 8:28 AM EDT
 Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF1
 Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...100 mph
 Maximum Path Width...200 yards
 Path Length...2.6 miles
 Beginning Lat/Lon...39.01N/75.69W
 Ending Lat/Lon...39.04N/75.73W
 * Fatalities...0
 * Injuries...0

 

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 .Queen Anne`s County Maryland Tornado...
 
 Start Location...Queenstown in Queen Anne`s County in Maryland
 End Location...Queenstown in Queen Anne`s County in Maryland
 Date...August 4, 2020
 Estimated Time...8:18 AM EDT to 8:19 AM EDT
 Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF0
 Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...70 mph
 Maximum Path Width...35 yards
 Path Length...0.60 miles
 Beginning Lat/Lon...38.93N/76.13W
 Ending Lat/Lon...38.93N/76.15W
 * Fatalities...0
 * Injuries...0

 

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36 confirmed now 

 

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Lastest NMME in regards to the deep tropics,  and also note the trend in the SE and the Mid Atlantic.  

Secondary observation not related to the tropics is the Western states,  look how dry. You have to wonder the consequences. ( if any ) 

The last 5 years during the Fall , it has remained warm in the East and the SE. Record warmth and high temp records are displayed in a arcing ring near the SE coast and slightly inland,  most likely corresponding the the warm Western Atlantic waters and the robust WAR. 

But, what is eventually there is a change? And,  the Western staets supports High pressure and a trough develops in the East. Speculation mostly relying on soil moisture. Because, in a Nina the SE ridge is very dominant, unless there are some weather features up North and other locations that break up this typical pattern.    

 

 

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Not sure Delaware is ready for any additional hurricane remnants, any time soon. 

 

 

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