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Looks like some more rain today.

SYNOPSIS...
After a relatively tranquil morning, a vigorous upper level
disturbance will track southeast from the Great Lakes Region
and spark another few rounds of heavy showers and scattered
strong to potentially severe thunderstorms this afternoon
and evening.

Locally over one inch of rain will fall over portions of
Central Pennsylvania and the Susquehanna Valley, near the
path of an organized area of surface low pressure.
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1 hour ago, pawatch said:
Looks like some more rain today.

SYNOPSIS...
After a relatively tranquil morning, a vigorous upper level
disturbance will track southeast from the Great Lakes Region
and spark another few rounds of heavy showers and scattered
strong to potentially severe thunderstorms this afternoon
and evening.

Locally over one inch of rain will fall over portions of
Central Pennsylvania and the Susquehanna Valley, near the
path of an organized area of surface low pressure.

That is pretty gung ho.  Over 1" in storms I guess. 

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6 minutes ago, mahantango#1 said:

How's today's sever weather threat looking?

Western part of this region has another bluebox. And a t-storm watch covers a ton of the western part of the state (basically the other side of Dauphin County to Ohio). 

 

 

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Is that line up in northwest PA the main show for later or is there another complex after that? The mid-Atlantic forum is saying stuff after dark, but I don’t know how. That line is dropping southeast pretty quickly. That’ll be through the LSV by 6-7 I’d say…

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7 minutes ago, Storm Clouds said:

Is that line up in northwest PA the main show for later or is there another complex after that? The mid-Atlantic forum is saying stuff after dark, but I don’t know how. That line is dropping southeast pretty quickly. That’ll be through the LSV by 6-7 I’d say…

SPC discussion implies another line develops WSW of that.

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14 minutes ago, Storm Clouds said:

I’ll be the first one to say it…radar does not look very exciting right now lol. Everything is weakening! We’ll see what happens over the next couple hours. 

The line looked like it meant business approaching Bloomsburg, but by the time it got to Tamaqua, well...you all know my story.

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21 minutes ago, Storm Clouds said:

Down here in the LSV we have dew points in the 50s. This may be why things are staying tame right now. 

Just got home and the radar doesn't look inspiring - and I'm not being a downer...there is a path to no rain whatsoever by the looks of things. (still think it will rain - but I'm starting to wonder) 

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1 minute ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Just got home and the radar doesn't look inspiring - and I'm not being a downer...there is a path to no rain whatsoever by the looks of things. (still think it will rain - but I'm starting to wonder) 

I’m noticing by the radar that seems seem to be moving west to east more now than northwest to southeast. That could possibly help…looks like Adams, York, Lancaster could stay dry for another couple hours. But yeah the radar looks like crap right now…barely any reds on the radar even! 

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