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Mesoscale Discussion 568
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   Mesoscale Discussion 0568
   NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
   0330 PM CDT Tue Apr 26 2022

   Areas affected...Parts of southeastern Virginia into the southern
   Delmarva Peninsula

   Concerning...Severe Thunderstorm Watch 155...

   Valid 262030Z - 262200Z

   The severe weather threat for Severe Thunderstorm Watch 155

   SUMMARY...Risk for strong gusty winds may still increase, along with
   continuing potential for small to  marginally severe hail, with a
   cluster of storms spreading across and north of the Interstate 64
   corridor of southeastern Virginia into the southern Delmarva
   Peninsula by 7 PM EDT.

   DISCUSSION...Slower moving lead surge of cooler air through eastern
   Virginia and the Delmarva Peninsula remains a focus for vigorous new
   thunderstorm development, near/north of Williamsburg into the
   Richmond area, where it intersects the primary eastward advancing
   cold front.  The boundary intersection has become the focus for the
   most substantive clustering and consolidation of convection.  This
   will shift east  of the Greater Richmond area through southern-most
   portions of the Delmarva Peninsula by 22-23Z, perhaps impacting
   areas as far south as Norfolk and Virginia Beach with strong surface
   gusts and small to marginally severe hail.

   ..Kerr.. 04/26/2022

   ...Please see for graphic product...


   LAT...LON   37847689 37867616 37717549 37027578 37067641 37257719
               37467697 37847689 

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