Thunderstorm Threat Tuesday in MetroWest

Thunderstorm Threat Tuesday in MetroWest

It also says some large hail to the size of golf balls are possible and even perhaps a tornado or two.

Tuesday afternoon storms will be fast movers. The watch is in effect until 10 p.m.

There's a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. This part of New Hampshire is almost 100 miles from the weather service radars in Gray, Maine and Taunton, Massachusetts.

The storm line also moved through Hartford, Windham, and Tolland counties in CT where a tornado warning was issued. Storms were weakening by early evening, and the threat for severe weather appears to be diminishing. Inclement weather is in the forecast for the remainder of the week, and into the weekend.

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At 3:11 p.m., the NWS located a severe thunderstorm over Cloverdale, moving east at 15 miles per hour. SUMMARY.Some threat for locally damaging wind and marginally severe hail continues across WW 90.

A "watch" serves as a formal "heads up" that conditions are ripe for severe weather to occur. "Wind damage is also likely to mobile homes, roofs, and outbuildings".

Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a temperature of 60 degrees.

Strong storms producing hail, heavy rain and gusty winds have been moving through the state, prompting tornado warnings and watches for some.

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