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BREAKING: Severe Thunderstorms Expected in Southern New England

Thursday, July 26, 2012

 

The National Weather Service (NWS) says there is a moderate risk for severe weather, with the potential for tornadoes, in Southern New England.

The NWS Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma is predicting widespread thunderstorms, beginning in the midwest and extending into Northeast Pennsylvania, New York and Southern New England this afternoon into tonight.

The NWS is also forecasting storms with damaging winds moving from Ohio into the interior of New England this afternoon. Following the severe thunderstorms throughout tonight, the NWS expects Worcester to be hammered with heavy rain throughout the weekend.

The incoming storms are the result of a surface low-pressure system that is moving eastward from New York and is expected to reach Southern New England by tonight. The area of Southern New England most at risk for severe weather is Western Massachusetts, but the potential for damaging storms exists throughout the region.

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