One more severe weather day before a cooler Father’s Day Weekend

It’s still really hot and humid across most of the Mid Atlantic and the Southeast US today. Temperatures will range from the 90s to near 100 degrees for one more day. An approaching cold front, the same one that sparked MCS development in the Great Lakes and Northeast yesterday, will settle southbound today with storms firing over the Ohio Valley, then rolling across the Appalachians into the heart of the Southeast and Mid Atlantic this afternoon and this evening. Straight line damaging winds are the biggest threat with these storms, hail threat is minimal but not zero, tornado threat is low but not zero.

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