Another round of severe weather is in the forecast as the powered-up storm system from the Midwest moves East. The core of the storms will extend from Western and Central NY, Western PA, Ohio back into Michigan and Illinois. We could see another round of severe activity in the Upper Midwest but my feeling is Chicago to Upstate New York for most of the action today.
A look at yesterday's storm report shows most of the violent weather over Kansas and Nebraska with several strong tornadoes along the NE/KS border. This action will shift east but may not be as tornadic.
This is the risk for Thunderstorms today, it could come in two seperate areas. The lower lakes get gping later in the day and the Chicago to Omaha gets going in the early afternoon
The main problem with the severe weather today will be Wind damage with a 70% chance of wind damaging storms from the Chicago burbs to Minneapolis metro. Wind damage is possible in a few cells from Buffalo, Cleveland, Pittsburgh to Syracuse and Scranton.
Radar in motion shows storms in the northern half of the coutry right now. This will continue right through the evening hours. Check back for updates throughtout the day.
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There have been 8 weak El Ninos since 1950 and 6 had snow in November!