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Thunderstorms Across the Southeast U.S.; Elevated to Locally Critical Fire Weather in Colorado

A few strong to marginally severe thunderstorms are possible across the Southeast U.S. Friday. A Marginal Risk (Level 1 of 5) outlook has been issued. Strong winds and hail will be the main threats. Elevated to locally critical fire weather conditions will persist across south-central Colorado today due to dry conditions and gusty winds. Read More >

A Puget Sound Convergence Zone (PSCZ) forms when strong westerly winds flow around the Olympic Peninsula and converge over Puget Sound. It generally forms north of Seattle, and may move southward to as far as Boeing Field or SeaTac Airport. A PSCZ can cause a narrow band of convective precipitation along it, which can include rain showers, thunderstorms, or snowfall. Strong south to southwest winds are to the south of the PSCZ and north to northwest winds to the north.





 
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