SPC Sep 23, 2021 2000 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC Sep 23, 2021 2000 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC 2000Z Day 1 Outlook
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NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0237 PM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021

Valid 232000Z - 241200Z

...THERE IS A MARGINAL RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS PARTS OF
THE NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC INTO SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND...

...SUMMARY...
Isolated strong to severe storms associated with a marginal threat
for a brief tornado and occasional wind damage should continue today
into tonight across parts of the Mid-Atlantic and southern New
England.

...20Z Update...

...Mid-Atlantic into Southern New England...
Forecast reasoning from the previous outlook (appended below)
remains valid. Only change to the ongoing forecast was to trim up
the western edge based on the current position of the front.
Otherwise, occasional strong to damaging winds should be the main
threat through the rest of the day as the band of convection
develops slowly eastward towards the Atlantic Coast.

..Mosier.. 09/23/2021

.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 1125 AM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021/

...Mid-Atlantic into Southern New England...
A band of showers and storms is ongoing across parts of the
Mid-Atlantic along and just ahead of a surface cold front. A zone of
large-scale ascent associated with low-level warm advection and
modest convergence along the front will continue through tonight,
while making slow eastward progress as a closed upper low moves
gradually northward across the Great Lakes region into southeastern
Ontario. Low-topped convection should continue to train northward
this afternoon and evening within the larger belt of precipitation
across the Mid-Atlantic.

The environment ahead of this activity should remain marginally
favorable for isolated strong to severe storms. Visible satellite
imagery shows a fair amount of cloud cover ahead of the line, which
should slow diurnal heating and steepening of low-level lapse rates
though the afternoon. Still, a moist low-level airmass characterized
by mid 60s to low 70s surface dewpoints combined with modest
diabatic heating should support generally 500-1250 J/kg of MLCAPE,
with greater instability across DE/NJ compared to southern NY and
vicinity.

The strongest and largely meridional winds are expected to remain
behind the surface cold front, with only about 30-35 kt of
deep-layer shear present across the warm sector. Even so, some
enhancement to the low-level wind field is present ahead of the band
of storms, and a brief embedded circulation capable of producing a
tornado or two remains possible. Otherwise, occasional strong to
damaging winds should be the main threat through the rest of the day
as the band of convection develops slowly eastward towards the
Atlantic Coast. This marginal severe threat may continue through
tonight across parts of southern New England where sufficient
boundary-layer moisture can support weak instability and the
potential surface-based storms.

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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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NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0131 PM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021

Valid 241200Z - 251200Z

The northern Plains elevated area was shifted slightly eastward
based on the latest guidance. Gusty winds are possible farther east,
but RH value still appear too high to warrant and expansion of
highlights.

For the northern Oklahoma, 850 mb winds will be maximized right
along the front in northern Oklahoma into far southern Kansas.
However, these winds be weakening through the day. The surface
gradient near the front along with above normal temperatures still
appears that it will promote around 3 hours of elevated fire
weather.

..Wendt.. 09/23/2021

.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 0152 AM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021/

...Synopsis...
A cold front/surface trough is forecast to stall across the central
Plains Friday afternoon as the synoptic low shifts into southeastern
Canada. Flanking surface high pressure to the northwest and
southeast will support increasing pressure-gradient winds across the
northern and southern Plains. This will introduce at least low-end
fire weather concerns for parts of the Plains where fuels are dry.
Elsewhere, nebulous surface patterns with weak flow or rain chances
will result in low fire weather potential. 

...Dakotas...
Although surface high pressure will be settling into the region
through the day, pressure-gradient winds are forecast to reach
around 15 mph and will likely be augmented by 20-25 mph gusts during
peak daytime heating. Dry air advecting into the region and modest
diurnal warming will likely support RH reductions into the low 20s.
While areas of elevated conditions appear probable, confidence in
the coverage of such conditions remains somewhat uncertain due to
spread in guidance. The current risk area delineates where favorable
overlap of winds, low RH, and dry fuels is most likely, but elevated
conditions may extend further east into ND. 

...Oklahoma...
Breezy conditions are expected Friday afternoon as southwest
pressure-gradient winds increase to 15-20 mph. While RH values
should improve compared to Thursday, limited moisture recovery will
likely support another day of relative humidity values in the 20s.
Fuels remain receptive after a prolonged period of limited rainfall,
and should support a fire weather concern. Elevated conditions
appear most likely across north-central portions of the state, but
may evolve from western OK to southeast KS.

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

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SPC Sep 23, 2021 1730 UTC Day 2 Convective Outlook

SPC Sep 23, 2021 1730 UTC Day 2 Convective Outlook

SPC 1730Z Day 2 Outlook
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NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1211 PM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021

Valid 241200Z - 251200Z

...THERE IS A MARGINAL RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OVER A PORTION 
OF NEW ENGLAND....

...SUMMARY...
A few severe thunderstorms with strong wind gusts and a couple of
tornadoes may impact a portion of New England Friday.

...Synopsis...
Mature mid-latitude cyclone currently over the Middle OH Valley is
expected to progress northward today, beginning the period tomorrow
over eastern Ontario. Continued north-northeastward progression is
anticipated on Friday, taking the system into far western Quebec.
Surface low attendant to the system will take a similar path beneath
the mid/upper cyclone. An associated cold front is expected to begin
the period extended from northern VT southward through central MA/CT
and off the southern New England coast, before then continuing
eastward throughout the day. Isolated thunderstorms are expected
ahead of this front, with a few strong to severe storms possible. 

Farther west, high pressure is forecast in the wake of the cold
front from the OH Valley into Southeast states while another
shortwave trough moves from the northern Plains through the
Upper/Mid MS Valley into the Upper Great Lakes and Lower OH Valley.
A cold front attendant to this shortwave is forecast to move through
the Upper/Mid MS Valley and central Plains. Buoyancy will be limited
ahead of the front, but strong forcing aloft and cooling mid-level
temperatures could still result in a few lightning strikes over the
Upper MS Valley and Upper Great Lakes regions.  

...New England...
A moist air mass, characterized by dewpoints in the mid to upper
60s, will precede the front forecast to move across the region.
However, buoyancy should be largely tempered by widespread
cloudiness and the resulting lack of heating, with only occasional
updrafts deep enough to produce lightning. Additionally, the
front-parallel vertical shear vector suggests a largely anafrontal
structure to the cold front, with limited updraft residence time
ahead of the front. These factors should keep overall severe threat
low, despite the presence of strong low to mid level flow throughout
the warm sector. 

Even with these deterrents, a storm or two could still persist long
enough to realize the strong vertical shear across the region,
resulting in a few embedded bowing segments and/or embedded
supercell structures. A low probability threat for damaging wind
gust and/or a brief tornado would exist with any of these types of
storms.

..Mosier.. 09/23/2021

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SPC Sep 23, 2021 2000 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook

SPC Sep 23, 2021 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
1125 AM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021

Valid 231630Z - 241200Z

...THERE IS A MARGINAL RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS PARTS OF
THE MID-ATLANTIC INTO SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND...

...SUMMARY...
Isolated strong to severe storms associated with a marginal threat
for a brief tornado and occasional wind damage should continue today
into tonight across parts of the Mid-Atlantic and southern New
England.

...Mid-Atlantic into Southern New England...
A band of showers and storms is ongoing across parts of the
Mid-Atlantic along and just ahead of a surface cold front. A zone of
large-scale ascent associated with low-level warm advection and
modest convergence along the front will continue through tonight,
while making slow eastward progress as a closed upper low moves
gradually northward across the Great Lakes region into southeastern
Ontario. Low-topped convection should continue to train northward
this afternoon and evening within the larger belt of precipitation
across the Mid-Atlantic.

The environment ahead of this activity should remain marginally
favorable for isolated strong to severe storms. Visible satellite
imagery shows a fair amount of cloud cover ahead of the line, which
should slow diurnal heating and steepening of low-level lapse rates
though the afternoon. Still, a moist low-level airmass characterized
by mid 60s to low 70s surface dewpoints combined with modest
diabatic heating should support generally 500-1250 J/kg of MLCAPE,
with greater instability across DE/NJ compared to southern NY and
vicinity.

The strongest and largely meridional winds are expected to remain
behind the surface cold front, with only about 30-35 kt of
deep-layer shear present across the warm sector. Even so, some
enhancement to the low-level wind field is present ahead of the band
of storms, and a brief embedded circulation capable of producing a
tornado or two remains possible. Otherwise, occasional strong to
damaging winds should be the main threat through the rest of the day
as the band of convection develops slowly eastward towards the
Atlantic Coast. This marginal severe threat may continue through
tonight across parts of southern New England where sufficient
boundary-layer moisture can support weak instability and the
potential surface-based storms.

..Gleason/Bentley.. 09/23/2021

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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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NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1113 AM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021

Valid 231700Z - 241200Z

Only minor modifications were made to the outlook in the central
High Plains based on observational and model trends. See the
previous discussion for more details.

..Wendt.. 09/23/2021

.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 1232 AM CDT Thu Sep 23 2021/

...Synopsis...
Early morning surface observations show a cold front along the
US/Canada border. This feature will begin to shift southward through
the day as the parent surface low shifts eastward into the Canadian
Prairies in tandem with a passing upper-level trough. The passage of
this dry cold front, along with weak surface pressure falls
along/ahead of the boundary, will support increasing winds and
heightened fire weather concerns across parts of the Plains. Further
west where fuels are somewhat drier, weak surface flow will limit
most fire weather threats, though localized concerns may evolve in
northern California.

...Southern Plains...
Modest zonal flow across the central Rockies will yield some lee
troughing across the central High Plains ahead of the approaching
cold front. Weak surface pressure falls are already noted in morning
observations and support this general idea. The resulting mass
response will yield increasing southerly winds from northwest TX
into KS. An unseasonably dry air mass in place across TX and OK
(where dewpoint values are near the 10th percentile for this time of
year) and offshore flow along the Gulf Coast will support little
moisture return and RH values in the teens and low 20s this
afternoon. With ERC values continuing to climb close to the 90th
percentile, elevated conditions appear likely.

...Central High Plains...
Winds are forecast to increase to 15-20 mph in the wake of the cold
frontal passage this afternoon. While temperatures will see some
moderation, dry air advection from the north and a slight downslope
component will support RH reductions into the teens and low 20s.
While wind gusts up to 20-30 mph are possible during peak heating,
the potential for sustained 20+ mph winds appears low. Recent fuel
reports from the field suggest that fuels are generally receptive
and should support a elevated fire weather conditions.

...Northern California...
Building surface high pressure over the Pacific Northwest will
induce northerly downslope winds through the northern Sacramento
Valley. Winds may reach up to 15 mph by late afternoon, and RH
values in the teens are expected. While elevated conditions are
possible, the spatial extent and duration of this threat appears too
limited for highlights.

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

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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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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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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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

$$

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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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

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning
National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg SC
123 PM EDT Sun Apr 14 2019

The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…
Northern Habersham County in northeastern Georgia…
Rabun County in northeastern Georgia…
West central Oconee County in Upstate South Carolina…

* Until 215 PM EDT.

* At 122 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm was located 6 miles northeast
of Cleveland, or 4 miles southeast of Helen, 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…
Clayton, Mountain City, Tiger, Dillard, Sky Valley, Tallulah Falls,
Lake Rabun, Lake Burton, Moccasin Creek State Park and Lakemont.

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 3482 8365 3484 8366 3488 8366 3491 8363
3492 8360 3493 8360 3500 8329 3476 8311
3458 8364 3461 8365 3462 8364 3466 8366
3467 8365 3474 8362 3477 8363 3479 8367
3480 8368
TIME…MOT…LOC 1722Z 234DEG 39KT 3466 8368

TORNADO…POSSIBLE
HAIL…1.00IN
WIND…60MPH

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