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  •  It keeps evolving. (3+ / 0-)
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    Onomastic, neroden, DollyMadison

    It's moving southeast, but it's definitely going to hit Pittsburgh. I doubt it'll hit the big cities. Maybe...maybe...the southern/western half of the DC metro.

    It could turn east again, though. It's worth keeping an eye on. The center of the thing, if it keeps on its current path, is on a B-line for me here in NC. If not a derecho, we'll get some rain down here.

    There really is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather. -- John Ruskin

    by weatherdude on Mon Jul 11, 2011 at 12:49:14 PM PDT

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    •  Right now, Pittsburgh is outside the watch area (1+ / 0-)
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      That doesn't mean that they won't get some storms, of course, nor does it mean that the storm couldn't reintensify at its northern reaches.

      The bow echo part of the storm is fixing to enter West Virginia near Parkersburg. The NWS is saying up to 55 mph gusts with this storm and dime-sized hail, so it's lessened in intensity somewhat.

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