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Severe Storms Not Letting Up This Week For Eastern U.S.

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Last week brough an intense storm system that left a mark through the Central and Eastern U.S. This week will continue to bring a risk of severe weather to the East on Monday and Tuesday. Residents from Ohio Valley to the Eastern Seaboard should stay informed and prepared for intense thunderstorms.

Who Will Get Hit?

While the east may be getting a bit of relief from the heat, severe thunderstorms are predicted to follow the less humid weather. The storms are expected to reach from northern Tennessee, across Ohio, into much of Pennsylvania, and extending as far as the coast of North Carolina.

Over 60 million residents in Indianapolis; Louisville, Kentucky; Columbus, Ohio; Pittsburgh; Charleston, West Virginia; Baltimore, and Philadelphia will be well within the zone for severe thunderstorms on Monday. These thunderstorms have the potential to bring damaging winds of up to 80 mph and isolated tornadoes, with a greater risk of tornadoes on Monday versus Tuesday.

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