Scattered storms could turn severe with damaging wind, hail

Posted May 11, 2018

A cold front moving through North Carolina Thursday afternoon will fire up scattered showers and storms across the region, some of which could become severe and be capable of producing large hail and damaging winds.

The warning is for Northumberland, Juniata, Snyder and Perry County as well as southeastern Union County until 5:30 p.m.

Some of the storms could be severe, with small hail, heavy downpours and strong gusty winds, according to Trent Davis, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service's forecast office in Mount Holly. The High Country could see another round of isolated showers and weak storms, but most should remain dry.

Risks of severe weather are highest from Central Virginia, across central and eastern Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania, and into upstate NY. The temperature will hit a high in the low to mid-60s both weekend days, the weather service said.

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Friday will be dry and cooler with highs in the mid-70s, before things heat back up to almost 90 degrees on Saturday.

One severe weather report has been a measured 61 miles per hour gust at the South Haven Regional Airport at 8:16 p.m.

Partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 80s are expected Sunday for Mother's Day.