TORNADO WATCH WEST VIRGINIA AND OHIO-later DC?

June 4 2008 11:00am CDT

{UPDATE; 4:30pm EDT. Storms clearing out of DC area, some damage reported north of DC.

Other tornado warnings now out in Northeastern Colorado.  Sever thunderstorms in many places, including Southcentral Indiana.}

Severe thunderstorms are in a tornado watch box. This system could be getting to DC area later in the afternoon-evening. Other storms should fire from Nebraska to Indiana later. The next few days are expected to contain much severe weather. Here are some sites to keep you in touch with this weather situation below photo.

NOAA Photo Library Image - nssl0041

Approaching thunderstorm with lead gust front. Rain-cooled air from the storm moves out ahead of the storm. It ploughs under the warm moist air forming a flat”shelf cloud.”

Image ID: nssl0041, NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Photo Date: 1982
Credit: NOAA Photo Library, NOAA Central Library; OAR/ERL/National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL)

To check current conditions here is a NOAA link

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Storm Prediction Center

From the Weather Underground, an interactive tornado map:

From the Weather Underground site; just click on tornadoes next below.

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