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Difficult To Hazardous Travel Developing Quickly This Morning In Snow

Developing snow will result in difficult to hazardous travel conditions today. The heaviest snow will be falling during this mornings commute, so please be sure to plan ahead for wintry conditions in your travels. Snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches is expected before snow tapers off late this afternoon. Read More >

Overview

A line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved across the area on the evening of July 5th, 2016, producing a swath of damaging winds from 45 to 95 mph, along with embedded small tornadoes. Numerous trees were downed, and there were sporadic power outages and damage to some buildings.

There was quite a bit of wind damage along the track of the storm - some extreme.  There were four (4) documented tornadoes as well - 3 were EF1s and 1 EF0.

Radar loop
Radar Loop from the evening of July 5, 2016.
(Warnings: severe thunderstorm-yellow, tornado-red)
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