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Severe Storms Possible Monday

Thunderstorms will develop Monday, July 7 and some may become severe with strong winds and heavy rain.
A special weather discussion from Meteorologist Steve Glazier:

Here we go again. The weather patterns, particularly severe capable, have become more conducive for thunderstorms and hazardous weather as of late. We'll have another day of showers, thunderstorms, and some strong to severe thunderstorms on this Monday, July 7.

Timing: 12pm-8pm
When: Monday, July 7, 2014
Where: General threat of thunderstorms in New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire, as well as Quebec...but the best chance of severe storms in southern NY/VT/NH.
What: Damaging wind gusts, heavy flooding rains will be the biggest threats

A surface warm front crossing over Lake Ontario Monday morning will spark showers and thunderstorms today as it becomes increasingly warm, muggy, and windy. A series of cold fronts will move through Tuesday evening and Wednesday evening to give us renewed threats of strong thunderstorms.

Reminder: A severe thunderstorm watch means weather conditions are conducive for severe thunderstorm wind gusts of 58 mph or stronger, and 1" diameter hail or larger. A warning means a storm has formed and is imminent. Listen for any weather alerts and if you hear one, head indoors immediately!

You can always get the latest weather information at the main page of www.mychamplainvalley.com/weather where alerts automatically pop up. Stay safe!
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