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Weather Service Public Briefing 07 02 14

Weather Service Public Briefing 07 02 14

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National Weather Service public briefing for Central New York, July 2, 2014
National Weather Service public briefing for Central New York, July 2, 2014

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NOAA/NWS Binghamton, NY
Hazards briefing for Severe Weather and Flash Flood Potential Today through Thursday
 
6:00 a.m. July 2nd , 2014
Meteorologists: Ted Champney and Mark Pellerito
FOR CENTRAL NY
This area includes but is not limited to cities such as Syracuse, Utica, Ithaca, Elmira, Binghamton, and Oneonta.
FOR NORTHEAST PA
This area includes but is not limited to cities such as Towanda, Montrose, Scranton, and Wilkes-Barre.
This Briefing applies to the NWS Binghamton Service Area only:
 
Hazards Summary
A few severe thunderstorms occurred Tuesday with sporadic
wind damage
reports (mainly Central NY). However,
the ingredients for severe weather are better today areawide
, compared to Tuesday.
TODAY: Primary threats are for damaging winds and some large hail.
Localized Flash Flooding, and even an isolated tornado, cannot be ruled out.
Main Timing: Late Morning through Afternoon.
THURSDAY:
A front will stall out in our vicinity, while interacting with an indirect feed of moisture from what is now Tropical Storm Arthur.
Some potential for Thunderstorms with Flash Flooding Thursday
depending on how things evolve, especially (but not limited to) Poconos-Catskills.
 
Storm Reports
 
Severe Risk Today/Tonight
**THIS STORM PREDICTION CENTER OUTLOOK AS OF 6:00 AM ON 7/2/14.**
A slowly moving cold front, running into a very warm and unstable air mass, is
expected produce scattered
strong to severe thunderstorms across much of the Appalachian Region.
Specific Threat Probabilities: SEVERE THUNDERSTORM RISK
DAMAGING WINDS LARGE HAIL TORNADOES
15%
 
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5%
2%

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