SPC MD 1686

SPC MD 1686

MD 1686 CONCERNING SEVERE POTENTIAL...WATCH UNLIKELY FOR SOUTHEASTERN GEORGIA INTO SOUTHERN SOUTH CAROLINA
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Mesoscale Discussion 1686
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0105 PM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Areas affected...Southeastern Georgia into southern South Carolina

Concerning...Severe potential...Watch unlikely 

Valid 201805Z - 202000Z

Probability of Watch Issuance...20 percent

SUMMARY...Storms will intensify along a differential heating
boundary and along the sea breeze. Isolated damaging winds are the
primary hazard. Should clustering occur a locally greater wind
damage threat would be possible. A small severe thunderstorm watch
would be considered if that occurs.

DISCUSSION...Though cloud cover has generally eroded across northern
Georgia/Upstate South Carolina, temperatures have remained cooler in
those locations thus far. This has set up a differential heating
boundary from central Georgia into southern South Carolina. Cumulus
development is ongoing along this boundary as well as the sea
breeze. Thunderstorms have already initiated in central/east-central
Georgia and have been deepening over the last hour per MRMS CAPPI
data. The observed morning sounding from Charleston showed modestly
steeper mid-level lapse rates than other regional soundings (6-6.5
C/km). Portions of southeast Georgia into southern South Carolina
should have some of the better overlap of buoyancy and effective
shear given the enhanced mid-level winds over the region. As storms
continue to deepen/intensify with continued heating, the expectation
is for marginally organized multicells to be capable of sporadic
wind damage. Should clustering occur, a locally greater wind damage
threat would be possible.

..Wendt/Smith.. 07/20/2024

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov for graphic product...

ATTN...WFO...CHS...CAE...JAX...FFC...TAE...

LAT...LON   32128363 32698339 33508112 33058019 32418060 31778120
            31248161 30638209 30588247 31688358 32128363 

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SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook
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Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1244 PM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Valid 211200Z - 221200Z

...CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER AREA FOR PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AND
SOUTHEASTERN OREGON...AND FAR NORTHWESTERN NEVADA...

...Update...
Overall, the fire weather forecast has changed very little for
Sunday. Scattered dry thunderstorms are expected to develop during
the afternoon across portions of the northwestern Great Basin and OR
High Desert, with isolated coverage extending over the northern
Sierra Nevada and Cascades. In addition to dry thunderstorm chances,
sustained northerly wind speeds around 15 mph and low RH near
northwestern CO, where seasonal ERC percentiles are beginning to
exceed 80, may result in some localized, brief elevated fire spread
conditions. However, the duration of these conditions do not
currently warrant an Elevated area. Please see the previous
discussion below for additional details pertaining to dry
thunderstorms.

..Barnes.. 07/20/2024

.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 0223 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024/

...Synopsis...
The strong upper ridge will remain in place over the Western US Day2
Sunday as a weak upper trough passes along the western periphery.
Mid-level moisture will advect inland ahead of the trough,
supporting the potential for scattered thunderstorms over much of
the Northwest. Low rainfall efficiency is expected with these dry
thunderstorms over portions of the Cascades and northern Great
Basin. Significant lightning activity is possible within dry fuels
D2/Sunday.

...Northwest and northern Great Basin...
Isolated thunderstorms are expected to be ongoing at the start of
the period as the upper trough continues northward along the western
periphery of the upper ridge. Coverage appears greatest west of the
Cascades and toward the Coastal ranges of WA and OR. While these
initial storms should slowly diminish in coverage through the
morning, at least isolated lightning will remain possible over dry
fuels across parts of southern WA and northern OR.

A second round of storms is expected to develop by early to mid
afternoon as weak ascent from the departing upper trough and
orographic lift overlap with diurnal heating. Very warm surface
temperatures and continued mid-level moistening will support weak
destabilization atop deep and well-mixed sub-cloud layer depths of
2-3 km. 30-40 kt of mid-level southerly flow will also favor
moderate storm motions, suggesting very little potential for wetting
rainfall.

Convection should gradually expand along the higher terrain of the
Cascades and northern Great Basin from northern NV/CA into OR and WA
through the day. Scattered fast-moving thunderstorms and receptive
fuels (ERCs exceeding the 95th percentile) will favor efficient
lightning ignitions and gusty/erratic surface winds beneath passing
storms. Given the volatile state of area fuels and significant
ongoing fire activity, the potential for scattered lightning
coverage warrants the introduction of critical Dry T probabilities.

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov/fire for graphic product...

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SPC Jul 20, 2024 1730 UTC Day 2 Convective Outlook

SPC Jul 20, 2024 1730 UTC Day 2 Convective Outlook

SPC 1730Z Day 2 Outlook
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Day 2 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1230 PM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Valid 211200Z - 221200Z

...NO SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AREAS FORECAST...

...SUMMARY...
Severe-thunderstorm potential is expected to be low on Sunday.

...Discussion...
Little change is expected in the upper flow field configuration over
the U.S. Sunday, with ridging to remain over the West, and weak
troughing/cyclonic flow over most of the central and eastern
portions of the country.

At the surface, a weak baroclinic zone is forecast to extend from
the southern New England vicinity west-southwestward across the
Tennessee Valley area and into the southern Plains.

Showers and thunderstorms -- with coverage peaking through the
afternoon and evening hours -- are expected across a large portion
of the country.  However, with modest flow aloft prevailing,
potential for well-organized storms remains low.

One area where risk for a strong wind gust or two may be slightly
greater, will be across roughly the southern half of Arizona. 
Storms developing over the Mogollon Rim during the afternoon should
move southward off the higher terrain.  With the typical dry/deep
mixed layer expected over the lower deserts, evaporative effects may
support some downdraft enhancement with the strongest storms. 
However, at this time it appears that mid-level northerlies are a
bit weak to support a more organized, southward-propagating
convective event.

..Goss.. 07/20/2024

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SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
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Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1119 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Valid 201700Z - 211200Z

...Update...
Only very minor adjustments were made to the Isolated Dry
Thunderstorm area across the northern Great Basin and Northwest.
Shallow mid-level moisture atop a well mixed boundary layer is still
anticipated near the aforementioned areas later this afternoon
through early Sunday morning. Subtle ascent accompanying a mid to
upper-level trough, along with orographic lift, should result in
isolated dry thunderstorms developing. Further southeast across
central NV and the rest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, slower
moving thunderstorms and showers are more likely to result in
wetting rains. Please see the previous discussion for additional
details.

..Barnes.. 07/20/2024

.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 0219 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024/

...Synopsis...
A large upper ridge will dominate the western US through the
forecast period within a relatively stagnant mid-level flow pattern.
A broad Pacific trough will move onshore to the west of the ridge,
bringing isolated thunderstorms to portions of the Northwest. To the
east, northwesterly flow aloft will continue over the northern
Rockies and Intermountain west with seasonable monsoon moisture.
Widely scattered thunderstorms are likely through the afternoon.

...Northern Great Basin and Northwest...
To the west of the upper ridge, subtle ascent will gradually
overspread portions of the northern Great Basin and Pacific
Northwest ahead of the advancing upper trough. PWAT values are
forecast to increase through the day, reaching 0.8 to 1 inches by
this evening. Continued moisture advection should allow for gradual
mid-level destabilization and dry thunderstorm development along the
higher terrain by mid afternoon. 

Isolated thunderstorms over the northern Great Basin should slowly
expand in coverage to the northwest from late in the afternoon and
into the overnight period. Enhanced flow aloft will allow for
moderate storm motions of 20-25 kt atop relatively dry boundary
layer. This will likely support dry thunderstorm potential through
the overnight hours despite increasing mid-level moisture. Given the
potential for lightning over very receptive fuels (95th percentile
ERCs), the ISODRYT area was expanded westward into portions of
west/southwest OR.

...Northern Rockies...
East of the ridge, confidence in dry storms is lower, as flow aloft
will be weaker and deeper monsoonal moisture is expected to be in
place. The combination of slower speeds and higher PWATs suggests
storms may have greater rainfall efficiency. Still, the potential
for lighting outside of the wetter cores from scattered storm
coverage, and the possibility of a few drier storms, suggest some
threat for lightning ignitions. However, the best storm coverage
appears displaced to the east, away from the more receptive fuels.

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov/fire for graphic product...

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SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
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Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1119 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Valid 201700Z - 211200Z

...Update...
Only very minor adjustments were made to the Isolated Dry
Thunderstorm area across the northern Great Basin and Northwest.
Shallow mid-level moisture atop a well mixed boundary layer is still
anticipated near the aforementioned areas later this afternoon
through early Sunday morning. Subtle ascent accompanying a mid to
upper-level trough, along with orographic lift, should result in
isolated dry thunderstorms developing. Further southeast across
central NV and the rest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, slower
moving thunderstorms and showers are more likely to result in
wetting rains. Please see the previous discussion for additional
details.

..Barnes.. 07/20/2024

.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 0219 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024/

...Synopsis...
A large upper ridge will dominate the western US through the
forecast period within a relatively stagnant mid-level flow pattern.
A broad Pacific trough will move onshore to the west of the ridge,
bringing isolated thunderstorms to portions of the Northwest. To the
east, northwesterly flow aloft will continue over the northern
Rockies and Intermountain west with seasonable monsoon moisture.
Widely scattered thunderstorms are likely through the afternoon.

...Northern Great Basin and Northwest...
To the west of the upper ridge, subtle ascent will gradually
overspread portions of the northern Great Basin and Pacific
Northwest ahead of the advancing upper trough. PWAT values are
forecast to increase through the day, reaching 0.8 to 1 inches by
this evening. Continued moisture advection should allow for gradual
mid-level destabilization and dry thunderstorm development along the
higher terrain by mid afternoon. 

Isolated thunderstorms over the northern Great Basin should slowly
expand in coverage to the northwest from late in the afternoon and
into the overnight period. Enhanced flow aloft will allow for
moderate storm motions of 20-25 kt atop relatively dry boundary
layer. This will likely support dry thunderstorm potential through
the overnight hours despite increasing mid-level moisture. Given the
potential for lightning over very receptive fuels (95th percentile
ERCs), the ISODRYT area was expanded westward into portions of
west/southwest OR.

...Northern Rockies...
East of the ridge, confidence in dry storms is lower, as flow aloft
will be weaker and deeper monsoonal moisture is expected to be in
place. The combination of slower speeds and higher PWATs suggests
storms may have greater rainfall efficiency. Still, the potential
for lighting outside of the wetter cores from scattered storm
coverage, and the possibility of a few drier storms, suggest some
threat for lightning ignitions. However, the best storm coverage
appears displaced to the east, away from the more receptive fuels.

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov/fire for graphic product...

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SPC Jul 20, 2024 1630 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC Jul 20, 2024 1630 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC 1630Z Day 1 Outlook
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Day 1 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1113 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Valid 201630Z - 211200Z

...THERE IS A MARGINAL RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FOR THE
SOUTHEAST AND THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS...

...SUMMARY...
Strong to isolated severe thunderstorms are possible over parts of
the Southeast and central to southern High Plains, mainly from
mid-afternoon to evening.

...Southeast...
Water-vapor imagery late this morning shows a mid-level shortwave
trough moving slowly east across KY/TN/AL towards the southern
Appalachians.  A mid-level anticyclone located over the Gulf Stream
to the east of the Southeast U.S. will move little during the
period.  Late morning surface analysis indicates a very moist
airmass resides over the coastal plains of GA/Carolinas with mid 70s
deg F dewpoints.  Ample heating via mostly sunny skies (per visible
satellite data) east of a line from Macon, GA to Columbia, SC, and
to the Research Triangle, will result in a moderately unstable
boundary layer by early to mid afternoon.  Forecast soundings show
PW around 2 to 2.25 inches and moderate effective shear (20-30 kt). 
Scattered thunderstorms will likely develop in several clusters as
convective temperatures are breached by early afternoon.  Given the
buoyant/high PW environment, water-loaded downdrafts will accompany
the stronger thunderstorm cores.  Isolated wet microbursts capable
of 45-60 mph gusts will potentially result in isolated to widely
scattered wind damage this afternoon and early evening.  

...Central and southern High Plains...
Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop this
afternoon along the Front Range/Sangre de Cristo corridor from
southeastern WY to NM, as well as over the Raton Mesa, near the lee
trough, and along leftover outflow/differential-heating boundaries
from prior overnight/morning convection.  Isolated severe gusts and
hail are possible with the stronger storms before this activity
diminishes by mid to late evening.

..Smith/Jirak.. 07/20/2024

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SPC Jul 20, 2024 1630 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC Jul 20, 2024 1630 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC 1630Z Day 1 Outlook
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Day 1 Convective Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1113 AM CDT Sat Jul 20 2024

Valid 201630Z - 211200Z

...THERE IS A MARGINAL RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FOR THE
SOUTHEAST AND THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS...

...SUMMARY...
Strong to isolated severe thunderstorms are possible over parts of
the Southeast and central to southern High Plains, mainly from
mid-afternoon to evening.

...Southeast...
Water-vapor imagery late this morning shows a mid-level shortwave
trough moving slowly east across KY/TN/AL towards the southern
Appalachians.  A mid-level anticyclone located over the Gulf Stream
to the east of the Southeast U.S. will move little during the
period.  Late morning surface analysis indicates a very moist
airmass resides over the coastal plains of GA/Carolinas with mid 70s
deg F dewpoints.  Ample heating via mostly sunny skies (per visible
satellite data) east of a line from Macon, GA to Columbia, SC, and
to the Research Triangle, will result in a moderately unstable
boundary layer by early to mid afternoon.  Forecast soundings show
PW around 2 to 2.25 inches and moderate effective shear (20-30 kt). 
Scattered thunderstorms will likely develop in several clusters as
convective temperatures are breached by early afternoon.  Given the
buoyant/high PW environment, water-loaded downdrafts will accompany
the stronger thunderstorm cores.  Isolated wet microbursts capable
of 45-60 mph gusts will potentially result in isolated to widely
scattered wind damage this afternoon and early evening.  

...Central and southern High Plains...
Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop this
afternoon along the Front Range/Sangre de Cristo corridor from
southeastern WY to NM, as well as over the Raton Mesa, near the lee
trough, and along leftover outflow/differential-heating boundaries
from prior overnight/morning convection.  Isolated severe gusts and
hail are possible with the stronger storms before this activity
diminishes by mid to late evening.

..Smith/Jirak.. 07/20/2024

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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BULLETIN – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
1112 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…
Eastern Lincoln County in the Piedmont of North Carolina…
Southeastern Cleveland County in the Piedmont of North Carolina…
Gaston County in the Piedmont of North Carolina…
Northwestern York County in Upstate South Carolina…
Northeastern Cherokee County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until midnight EDT.

* At 1112 PM EDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line
extending from near Shelby to 19 miles west of Gastonia to 6 miles
east of Gaffney, moving east at 35 mph.

HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Expect damage to trees and power lines.

* Locations impacted include…
Gastonia, Shelby, Kings Mountain, Mt Holly, Belmont, Cherryville,
Bessemer City, South Gastonia, Clover and Dallas.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

Scattered trees and power lines will be blown down in the warned
area. Seek shelter inside an interior room.

These storms are also producing extremely heavy rainfall. Flooding of
drainage ditches and low lying areas may occur. Small streams will
rise rapidly. Do not drive through areas where water is flowing over
the road.

Please report damaging winds, hail, or flooding to the National
Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg by calling toll free, 1, 800,
2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, or by posting on our Facebook page, or Tweet it using
hashtag nwsgsp. Your message should describe the event and the
specific location where it occurred.

&&

A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 500 AM EDT for the Piedmont
of North Carolina…and Upstate South Carolina.

LAT…LON 3535 8097 3530 8100 3527 8102 3517 8100
3515 8101 3514 8105 3510 8103 3509 8106
3495 8165 3515 8157 3530 8163 3555 8106
3555 8096 3550 8096 3549 8095 3545 8094
3543 8096 3539 8095 3537 8099 3536 8092
TIME…MOT…LOC 0312Z 248DEG 32KT 3526 8153 3518 8150 3504 8155

TORNADO…POSSIBLE
HAIL…<.75IN WIND...60MPH $$ HG

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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BULLETIN – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
1015 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…
Northwestern Laurens County in Upstate South Carolina…
East central Greenville County in Upstate South Carolina…
Central Spartanburg County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until 1100 PM EDT.

* At 1015 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located 14 miles
southeast of Greenville Downtown, or 4 miles southeast of Five
Forks, moving east at 40 mph.

HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Expect damage to trees and power lines.

* Locations impacted include…
Spartanburg, Simpsonville, Five Forks, Fountain Inn, Woodruff,
Pacolet, Cowpens, Roebuck, Pacolet Mills and Reidville.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

Scattered trees and power lines will be blown down in the warned
area. Seek shelter inside an interior room.

This storm is also producing extremely heavy rainfall. Flooding of
drainage ditches and low lying areas may occur. Small streams will
rise rapidly. Do not drive through areas where water is flowing over
the road.

Please report damaging winds, hail, or flooding to the National
Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg by calling toll free, 1, 800,
2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, or by posting on our Facebook page, or Tweet it using
hashtag nwsgsp. Your message should describe the event and the
specific location where it occurred.

&&

A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 500 AM EDT for Upstate South
Carolina.

LAT…LON 3463 8224 3482 8228 3503 8180 3499 8177
3493 8176 3493 8174 3491 8172 3483 8179
3461 8185
TIME…MOT…LOC 0215Z 250DEG 35KT 3476 8216

TORNADO…POSSIBLE
HAIL…<.75IN WIND...60MPH $$ HG

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Tornado Warning

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Tornado Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
916 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Tornado Warning for…
Central Anderson County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until 945 PM EDT.

* At 916 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado
was located 10 miles southwest of Anderson, or near Lake Hartwell,
moving northeast at 35 mph.

HAZARD…Tornado.

SOURCE…Radar indicated rotation.

IMPACT…Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without
shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed.
Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur. Tree
damage is likely.

* This dangerous storm will be near…
Anderson, Northlake, Anderson Airport and Homeland Park around 930
PM EDT.
Belton around 940 PM EDT.

Other locations impacted by this dangerous thunderstorm include Sandy
Springs, Sadlers Creek State Park and Broadway Lake.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

TAKE COVER NOW! Move to a basement or an interior room on the lowest
floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows. If you are outdoors, in a
mobile home, or in a vehicle, move to the closest substantial shelter
and protect yourself from flying debris.

Tornadoes are extremely difficult to see and confirm at night. Do not
wait to see or hear the tornado. TAKE COVER NOW!

Please report damaging winds, hail, or flooding to the National
Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg by calling toll free, 1, 800,
2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, or by posting on our Facebook page, or Tweet it using
hashtag nwsgsp. Your message should describe the event and the
specific location where it occurred.

&&

LAT…LON 3437 8284 3444 8286 3447 8287 3449 8291
3448 8292 3449 8293 3475 8252 3467 8246
3462 8245 3459 8242 3456 8242 3454 8239
3451 8237 3435 8281
TIME…MOT…LOC 0116Z 238DEG 31KT 3446 8281

TORNADO…RADAR INDICATED
HAIL…<.75IN $$ HG

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Tornado Warning

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Tornado Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
841 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Tornado Warning for…
Southeastern Transylvania County in western North Carolina…
South central Henderson County in western North Carolina…
Northwestern Greenville County in Upstate South Carolina…
Northwestern Pickens County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until 915 PM EDT.

* At 841 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado
was located 11 miles northwest of Pickens, or 5 miles northeast of
Jocassee Gorges, moving northeast at 40 mph.

HAZARD…Tornado.

SOURCE…Radar indicated rotation.

IMPACT…Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without
shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed.
Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur. Tree
damage is likely.

* This dangerous storm will be near…
Table Rock State Park around 850 PM EDT.
Caesars Head State Park and Dupont State Forest around 900 PM EDT.
Jones Gap State Park and Pleasant Ridge State Park around 910 PM
EDT.

Other locations impacted by this dangerous thunderstorm include
Sunset, Pumpkintown, Little River In Transylvania County, Connestee
and Crab Creek.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

TAKE COVER NOW! Move to a basement or an interior room on the lowest
floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows. If you are outdoors, in a
mobile home, or in a vehicle, move to the closest substantial shelter
and protect yourself from flying debris.

Tornadoes are extremely difficult to see and confirm at night. Do not
wait to see or hear the tornado. TAKE COVER NOW!

Please report damaging winds, hail, or flooding to the National
Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg by calling toll free, 1, 800,
2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, or by posting on our Facebook page, or Tweet it using
hashtag nwsgsp. Your message should describe the event and the
specific location where it occurred.

&&

LAT…LON 3532 8258 3509 8239 3489 8283 3501 8293
3501 8291 3502 8292 3503 8292 3505 8290
3504 8296
TIME…MOT…LOC 0041Z 237DEG 35KT 3502 8281

TORNADO…RADAR INDICATED
HAIL…<.75IN $$ HG

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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BULLETIN – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
212 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…
Southern Transylvania County in western North Carolina…
Northwestern Greenville County in Upstate South Carolina…
North central Anderson County in Upstate South Carolina…
Pickens County in Upstate South Carolina…
Northeastern Oconee County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until 245 PM EDT.

* At 211 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located near Clemson,
moving northeast at 45 mph.

HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts and quarter size hail.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Minor hail damage to vehicles is expected. Expect wind
damage to trees and power lines.

* Locations impacted include…
Easley, Clemson, Pickens, Central, Liberty, Norris, Six Mile,
Rosman, Salem and Jocassee Gorges.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

Remain alert for a possible tornado! Tornadoes can develop quickly
from severe thunderstorms. If you spot a tornado go at once into the
basement or small central room in a sturdy structure.

Scattered trees and power lines will be blown down in the warned
area. Seek shelter inside an interior room.

Please report damaging winds, hail, or flooding to the National
Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg by calling toll free, 1, 800,
2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, or by posting on our Facebook page, or Tweet it using
hashtag nwsgsp. Your message should describe the event and the
specific location where it occurred.

&&

A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 700 PM EDT for Upstate South
Carolina.

LAT…LON 3460 8293 3507 8301 3527 8261 3526 8262
3526 8260 3517 8259 3515 8258 3475 8253
TIME…MOT…LOC 1811Z 223DEG 54KT 3468 8285

TORNADO…POSSIBLE
HAIL…1.00IN
WIND…60MPH

$$

Carroll

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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BULLETIN – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
131 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…
Franklin County in northeastern Georgia…
Southern Stephens County in northeastern Georgia…
Northern Hart County in northeastern Georgia…
West central Anderson County in Upstate South Carolina…
Southeastern Oconee County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until 215 PM EDT.

* At 131 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located 11 miles southwest
of Seneca, or 4 miles north of Tugaloo State Park, moving northeast
at 45 mph.

HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts and quarter size hail.

SOURCE…Radar indicated.

IMPACT…Minor hail damage to vehicles is expected. Expect wind
damage to trees and power lines.

* Locations impacted include…
Anderson, Seneca, Hartwell, Carnesville, Northlake, Royston,
Westminster, Reed Creek, Lavonia and Gumlog.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

Remain alert for a possible tornado! Tornadoes can develop quickly
from severe thunderstorms. If you spot a tornado go at once into the
basement or small central room in a sturdy structure.

Scattered trees and power lines will be blown down in the warned
area. Seek shelter inside an interior room.

Please report damaging winds, hail, or flooding to the National
Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg by calling toll free, 1, 800,
2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, or by posting on our Facebook page, or Tweet it using
hashtag nwsgsp. Your message should describe the event and the
specific location where it occurred.

&&

A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 700 PM EDT for northeastern
Georgia…and Upstate South Carolina.

LAT…LON 3423 8335 3426 8334 3433 8339 3443 8338
3446 8340 3448 8346 3477 8292 3474 8290
3472 8286 3470 8286 3464 8283 3463 8285
3462 8277 3452 8261 3426 8311 3427 8311
3424 8318 3424 8325 3426 8330
TIME…MOT…LOC 1731Z 237DEG 61KT 3456 8310

TORNADO…POSSIBLE
HAIL…1.00IN
WIND…60MPH

$$

Carroll