Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Severe Thunderstorm Watch: Tuesday 6/2/09 through 8:00 PM

A Severe Thunderstorm watch is in effect through 8:00 PM this evening, for the entire Delaware Valley.

A line of showers and very strong thunderstorms are developing and moving through SE PA early this afternoon. Between 3:00 and 5:00 PM these storms will move through Northern DE, Extreme SE PA, (PHL) and Southern NJ.

Towards the Jersey Shore Points and Central/Southern DE, these storms should arrive between 5:00 PM and 5:30 PM. All Storms should be offshore by 6:30 PM

Strong gusty winds of 30 to 45 MPH, Heavy downpours, Dangerous Cloud to ground lightning, and Hail are possible with some of these stronger/severe Thunderstorms.

Radar:
http://www.wunderground.com/radar/radblast.asp?zoommode=pan&prevzoom=zoom&num=6&frame=0&delay=15&scale=1.000&noclutter=0&ID=DIX&type=N0R&showstorms=0&lat=39.56861877&lon=-75.18186188&label=Pittsgrove,%20NJ&map.x=400&map.y=240&scale=1.000&centerx=400&centery=2

Severe Thunderstorm Warning #1

http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=NJZ017&warncounty=NJC015&firewxzone=NJZ017&local_place1=3+Miles+NNE+Monroeville+NJ&product1=Severe+Thunderstorm+Warning *

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...

NORTHEASTERN NEW CASTLE COUNTY IN NORTHERN DELAWARE...THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF WILMINGTON...

SOUTHERN DELAWARE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA...

SOUTHERN CAMDEN COUNTY IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY...

NORTH CENTRAL CUMBERLAND COUNTY IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY...

GLOUCESTER COUNTY IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY...

NORTHERN SALEM COUNTY IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY...

* UNTIL 400 PM *

AT 254 PM Edt...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED ASEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING PENNY SIZE HAIL...AND DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEARBECKETT...OR 6 MILES NORTHEAST OF WILMINGTON...AND MOVING EAST AT25 MPH.*

OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO CARNEYS POINT...CHESTER...GIBBSTOWN...WOODSTOWN...MULLICA HILL...ELMER...GLASSBORO...TURNERSVILLE...CLAYTON...BERLIN...WILLIAMSTOWN...NEWFIELD...VICTORY LAKES AND CHESILHURST

Take Care,
Ruggie

1 comment:

Dee said...

I'm not a storm chaser, but that was one serious squall line that passed through Middlesex county around 7 AM.

I can't remember the last time I've seen CTG like that.

You know more about analogs that I do, but the start to this "Met Summer" really reminds me of 2000, where we started with a very cool, wet June.