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On the current radar I don't see any sign of the Johnstown severe TRW / possible Tornado.  There's absolutely nothing out there.  I'm referencing WunderMap radar.  I picked up a whopping 0.05" with that line of rain the passed through here about 90 minutes ago.  Stuff is going to have to form overhead out of nothing since the closest precip upstream is up NW towards Ebensburg.  Currently 77.7 with a dp of 71.

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4 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

It does...I'd rather have no rain (or the .02" that I've mustered) than severe weather any day and night. I can water my lawn but I'll need help fixing damaged property. 

With all the lawn watering I have been doing the last two years I am finding that the "old wives tale" of nitrogen from the sky is partially true.  1/4" of rain is better than 1/2 of water from the pipes. 

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4 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Eastern OH and Western PA is getting the goods.  And I think ABE has more rain the last month or two than some of us have had in 4-5 months. 

Yeah my radar app shows the Southwest portion of PA getting hammered. Pittsburgh most likely will be spared. 

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3 minutes ago, Rd9108 said:

Yeah my radar app shows the Southwest portion of PA getting hammered. Pittsburgh most likely will be spared. 

Seems Pitt was always on the North side of the convection forecast there but close enough to maybe get something.  I am not knowledgeable enough with the different areas to have said anything but Western PA :-). 

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4 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Seems Pitt was always on the North side of the convection forecast there but close enough to maybe get something.  I am not knowledgeable enough with the different areas to have said anything but Western PA :-). 

Watching what little activity that has been on radar has been weakening as it moves through the LSV. 

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12 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Seems Pitt was always on the North side of the convection forecast there but close enough to maybe get something.  I am not knowledgeable enough with the different areas to have said anything but Western PA :-). 

2 tornado warnings in eastern Ohio. Both storms will likely pass south of Pittsburgh which is fine by me, but I’ll bet somewhere in western PA (just not Pittsburgh) gets a stronger storm.

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