It has been sunny and warm (and a little humid) throughout the day today. As I said yesterday, the more sun, the worse and more widespread the storms today. There are a few cells forming in Central Pennsylvania right now, but the real brunt of the storms will come later this afternoon and evening. The storms will most likely have high winds and hail. I wouldn’t be surprised if a Severe Thunderstorm Watch is issued once the storms start heading toward the area.
Here is the radar for the severe weather coming up:
I will update the condition of these storms later this afternoon…
Hello everyone, I am placing the Philaburbia Weather Area under a moderate alert for the upcoming severe weather on Friday May 14th. A strong warm front will pass through tomorrow morning making temperatures climp into the mid 80s by the afternoon. A cold front will approach from the west and arriving in the area by late afternoon or evening.
The SPC (Storm Prediction Center), one of the many sources I get my forecasts from made this map in reference to the severe weather tomorrow:
This map will update throughout the day tomorrow and I will TRY to update when I can about the situation of the storms and where they’re progressing. The key to seeing severe weather tomorrow will be the sunshine: if you see sunlight, then you will most likely see a strong thunderstorm later in the day.