4th of July storms

By: cws6196 , 3:22 PM GMT on July 04, 2012

There is nothing currently on the radar, and the cloud cover will be retreating, leaving us with lots of sun and heat. As the day heats, the rising air causes the atmosphere to become unstable, and with an upper level disturbance moving in later this afternoon, storms are possible.


Late afternoon into the early evening. Storms should end as the sun goes down.


These will be pop up type storms, so keep an eye on the sky if you are outside. Remember, if you can hear the thunder, you can be hit by lightning, even if there is no storm over you.


Destructive wind gusts and hail.

I will update you if there are any changes, watches or warnings issued. Follow me on Twitter (@wxmanmd)

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