Part of The Area is Under a Marginal Risk for Severe Weather Tomorrow
By Devontae Jackson on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, at 9:21 AM.
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) in Norman, OK has placed part of the Miami Valley under a marginal risk for severe weather. This means that we could see a few strong storms. The marginal risk for severe weather has been placed I-70 and north.
You are looking at the reflectivity model. Some of you may know it as, futurecast. This is the NAM 3K model and this is around 8 PM tomorrow evening. The NAM 3K model is predicting that a line of showers and storms will develop back in parts of northern Ohio and parts of Indiana. The line will pick up in intensity just a little. The line will also pick up in coverage. As the line does pick up in intensity and coverage. These storms, again could be a little strong. That’s why there is a marginal risk for severe weather. The line should enter the area between 5 PM and 6 PM. The line should be heading towards the Dayton metro area by 7 PM. The line then should move out of the area between 11 PM and midnight. As the line does move out of the area it will weaken.