Tuesday, October 2, 2018

News alert Tornado warning

News alert Tornado warning
Tornado clock is expected to trigger severe weather for the Lehagh Valley
News weather
Severe weather may trigger in Lehigha valley tonight
Severe Weather Approach
These graphics from the National Weather Service in Mount Holly show a severe weather outlook for Tuesday, October 2. Lehgha can be affected by severe weather later in the day. (National Weather Service)
Stephanie Sigafus Stephanie Sigafos Contact Reporter

Update: A whirlwind clock has been released for most Pennsylvania, including the Lehigh Valley via Tuesday night.

The clock is effective till 11 PM. According to the National Weather Service, for Leigh, Northampton, Burkes, Carbon and Monroe County.


Check back for the latest updates.

The National Weather Service has subsequently post a dangerous weather warning alert about the possibility of severe weather in Lehigha Valley.

Meteorologists say that the incoming cold front will trigger storms this evening in this evening, which will affect the region. Some of these may be serious with harmful winds.

The possibility of widespread hazardous weather is low, with most of the Southern Pokonos and southeast PA hurricanes, Northern NJ, usually the best opportunity in the north and west of Philadelphia's I-95 corridor in Newark.

A 'Bermuda High' is connected to the coast, the weather service says, and southwest flow behind the highest will continue to build sub-tropical airways in today's area. It is expected to be quite hot and humid, with the high 80s in the upper 70s.

The wet weather is expected to be closed till late afternoon and night time. In the forecasts of Mount Holly, it has been said that due to harmful winds and heavy rains, poor drainage floods may start at around 4 PM.


Unfortunately, the phrase 'cold front' will almost be oxymoron because it is related to the actual temperature. Weather service says that after midnight, the front will be washed, and meteorologists do not expect much change in the airways for most of the region.

The dew point is expected to fall by about 60 percent in the southern Pokonos and northern NJ, and from the mid 60s to 60s.


In October, it will continue to feel like heat
Despite the average high temperature in Allentown in the upper 60s in the upper 60s, the temperature will rise up to 80 degrees or more above Thursday through Thursday.

As of today, a cold front is estimated late on Thursday, which can touch some scattered afternoon and evening shower and storm. Weather service says that the best chance for this will be in the north-west of the I-95 corridor.

Mostly dry and seasonal weather is estimated for Friday and Saturday, but on Sunday it will probably start the temperature again in our area.

Here is the forecast of the Lehgha Valley extended by the National Weather Service:

today

Before midday there is a slight chance of rain, then there is a chance of rain and storm between the afternoon and two o'clock, then it is likely to rain and possibly there may be a storm after 2 o'clock. Some storms can be severe with severe winds and heavy rain. Patchy mist before 9 o'clock Otherwise, most of the clouds will remain cloudy, which is one of the closest to 79. In the afternoon the quiet air becomes 5 miles per hour southwest. The probability of rainfall is 60%. There is new rain between the tenth and fourth of the storm, which is possible except for the high quantity in the storm.

tonight

Before 9 o'clock the probability of rain and possibly the storm, then the rain and the rain of rain between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., then a slight chance of rain after 2 o'clock. Some storms can be severe with severe winds and heavy rain. Patch haze after 2am Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with less around 62. Cool breeze The probability of rainfall is 60%. There is new rain between the tenth and fourth of the storm, which is possible except for the high quantity in the storm.

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