Severe Storms with a Wind Blast Up to 60 mph

A band of severe storms will develop ahead and along of the cold front this evening. This is part of the dam breaking high wind event that will occur when the front goes through. What happens, cold air pools on the west slopes of the Appalachians and when the low pressure center moves by, the cold air breaks over the Appalachians and rushes into the coastal Plains with gusts over 50 mph. The storms can enhance the winds with gusts to 60 mph. You can see on the simulated radar the enhanced line of storms moving through the Mid-Atlantic this evening.

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  1. Good morning Henry. I wanted you to know that when I clicked on the headline above (which is typically what I do to see everything all together), the web site opened but on the historic WordPress version not the new members platform I completed migrating to. In case this is a glitch associated with the transition, I thought I would mention it. Thanks and Happy Holidays!

    On Thu, Dec 24, 2020 at 7:14 AM Weather Madness Pro™ wrote:

    > Henry Margusity posted: ” A band of severe storms will develop ahead and > along of the cold front this evening. This is part of the dam breaking high > wind event that will occur when the front goes through. What happens, cold > air pools on the west slopes of the Appalachians and whe” >

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  2. Did the storm ever realize the potential forecasted? I know here in Maine it didn’t. Sure, we had a fair bit of rain and wind but nothing close to what was being hyped by the locals. Of course all eyes are now turning to the next big warm rain event at the end of the week as are non-winter in northern New England continues.☹🌧🏝

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