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Kinetic energy increases late tonight, diffluence aloft,
elevated dewpoints and plenty column moisture, and eastward
progressing bands of low-level convergence, should lead to
convection crossing the area after midnight. SW winds near 50 kt
in the 2-3 kft layer, and moderate CAPE bears a watch. The main
axis of mean 0-3 km helicity will track along and west of I-95,
but a secondary axis will lift north adjacent to the rising
warm front, so there appears to be an isolated tornado risk
after midnight but before daylight, as well as a localized
straight-line wind hazard..

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57 minutes ago, downeastnc said:

Looks like EF2-3 type damage.....some fairly new homes look to be wiped to the foundation almost....

 

From some of the pics and videos showing vehicles thrown I’d say this will likely end up as an EF-3 based on that alone. Some terrible pics and videos emerging this morning. Really confirming radar imagery from last night

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From some of the pics and videos showing vehicles thrown I’d say this will likely end up as an EF-3 based on that alone. Some terrible pics and videos emerging this morning. Really confirming radar imagery from last night

Confirmed EF-3 by NWS. Crazy.


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