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2022 Mid-Atlantic Severe Wx Thread (General Discussion Etc)


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Everything kind of congealed into that one big complex. It's been tough to get them to propagate to the south at all so far. Lots of easterly movement in the storm motions. Looks like outflow from earlier has moved all the way to Damascus, Clarksburg, Comus, back to Point of Rocks. Another boundary looks like it's in extreme northern Loudoun County. 

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10 minutes ago, Kmlwx said:

Pretty quick uptick in lightning on that MoCo/Fairfax/Potomac cell. That may have some legs to it, actually! 

Yea tops are going up and it's creeping out ahead of the main line. Could see it getting warned shortly.

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29 minutes ago, Kmlwx said:

Everything kind of congealed into that one big complex. It's been tough to get them to propagate to the south at all so far. Lots of easterly movement in the storm motions. Looks like outflow from earlier has moved all the way to Damascus, Clarksburg, Comus, back to Point of Rocks. Another boundary looks like it's in extreme northern Loudoun County. 

Here is that boundary in Loudoun 

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2 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

Yea tops are going up and it's creeping out ahead of the main line. Could see it getting warned shortly.

Warned. Really impressive cell thus far. Already seeing some outflow on it - hoping it doesn't just collapse. Warning has a decent trajectory for MBY

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TDCA showing 52kft tops now. Nearly continuous rumbles of thunder being heard here now. The little "arms" of the storm are into Glenmont now. Should be raining here momentarily. We'll see if it maintains or starts to collapse. Decent amount of juice to work with based on the earlier SPC meso maps. 

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Just now, MN Transplant said:

Lightning indicators showing up well away from the MoCo cell.  Good idea to be inside.

Doing a rough summation of the lightning indicators from AllisonHouse yields really high numbers. This weekend in particular...likely to be tons of people outdoors. Hope they are heeding the warnings. 

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1 minute ago, batmanbrad said:

I'm up here near Laytonsville and I can hear rumbles of thunder - distant/faint, but I hear them nonetheless.  Don't see anything close on radar, can those actually be from that cell downcounty?  Seems like a rather large distance between it and me.

Yes. THere are strikes being shown between Montgomery Village and Brookeville. 

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1 minute ago, Kmlwx said:

Doing a rough summation of the lightning indicators from AllisonHouse yields really high numbers. This weekend in particular...likely to be tons of people outdoors. Hope they are heeding the warnings. 

Two CG strikes a little bit east of Falls Church just in past few minutes 

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1 minute ago, yoda said:

That's a sharp NE turn on the newest STW from LWX on the Montgomery County storm

Seems there are two "cores" or local maxes in reflectivity. One is down W of Kensington area and the other is that new warning. The new warning is the dominant one it seems. 

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Some new strikes being shown near Potomac on the ENTLN data coinciding with some weak but new reflectivity returns in that area. Maybe some back building? These storms are relatively slow movers too...definite risk of urban or small stream/creek flooding. 

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