Before you make your weekend plans be aware we have placed a "HIGH" potential on severe weather this weekend.
All of the parameters below indicate this could be another overnight event Saturday Night going into Sunday.
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So we'll see the potential for severe weather in the Northeast first...after that it will drift down into the Delaware and Lehigh Valley. We could see late night storms again tomorrow night for the beaches of NJ/DE/MD and lower Delaware and Lower SNJ as the front is nearby.
looks like we have a low pressure area that wants to scoot right along the front too as it goes through which may aid in development of Severe Thunderstorms between 4PM to 4AM Saturday into Sunday.
I would think though that the 100-103 forecasted high temperatures will also add to the fuel.
SUFFICIENT 0-6 KM SHEAR WILL BE IN PLACE FOR ORGANIZED MULTICELLS...WITH SUPERCELLS POSSIBLE ESPECIALLY OVER NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE AREA WHERE STRONGER SHEAR VALUES ARE EXPECTED. HIGH LCLS AND STEEP LOW-LEVEL LAPSE RATES INDICATE DAMAGING WINDS WILL BE THE MAIN THREAT WITH LARGE HAIL ALSO POSSIBLE. CLUSTERS OF STORMS SHOULD MOVE SOUTHEAST INTO THE EVENING HOURS ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES BEFORE WEAKENING.