Severe Storms Roll Into The Northeast Today
UPDATED 4:45 PM EDT, July 31, 2014
UPDATED By WeatherBug Sr. Meteorologists, James West
The last day of July will not be uneventful across the interior Northeast; scattered severe storms will bring damaging winds and hail to the interior Northeast from the Adirondacks to the western Maine.
The instability needed for today`s thunderstorms is being provided by a lingering upper-level disturbance finally making its way out of the Northeast. The best ingredients for severe thunderstorms are zipping across the northern New Hampshire and into western Maine. Small hail and gusty winds are the biggest risk from these storms.
Thunderstorms are developing throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.
Burlington, Vt., and Concord, N.H., are at risk for these severe storms, but the severe threat is expected to stay north and west of the I-95 corridor.
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