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Heat Continues for the East and South-Central U.S.; Strong to Severe Storms Across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast

The extremely dangerous heat wave continues across the East Coast and much of the South-Central U.S. today. Record high temperatures are expected for some areas especially across the Mid-Atlantic where extreme heat risk conditions reside. There is a Slight Risk (level 2 of 5) of severe thunderstorms today for the northern Mid-Atlantic into portions of southern New England. Read More >

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  • Name and/or Skywarn ID
  • Phone number
  • City, county, and state
  • Latitude and longitude (if known)
  • Date and time of the weather event
  • Type and description of weather observed (see the table below)
  • Photographs of measurement and/or damage, if possible
 
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What to Report?

Tornadoes

Flooding

Winter Weather

  • Tornado
  • Funnel cloud
  • Wall cloud
  • Persistent rotation
  • Flooding that results in evacuations
  • Water rescues: cars, roofs, or trees
  • Water rapidly rising, or entering homes, not just basements
  • Roads impassable or closed due to high water
  • Small streams or rivers overflowing their banks
  • Moderate coastal flooding, not just nuisance inundation
  • 1”+ snow in 24 hours
  • 1”+ snow in past hour
  • Freezing rain/drizzle
  • Any ice accumulation

Thunderstorms

Miscellaneous

  • Tree uprooted or downed
  • > 1 large limb downed
  • Power lines downed
  • Hail (any size)
  • Rain > 1” in past hour
  • Winds > 40 MPH
  • Damage to structures
  • Tsunami

Any injuries or deaths that are weather related

 

Note: Lightning is not a reportable phenomenon, but lightning related damage and casualties are.