Storms May Start to Fire by Noon
By Quincy Vagell on July 18, 2012, 9:51am
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The latest data suggests storms could fire in CT as early as noon.
The HRRR model image above shows a line of strong to severe thunderstorms already moving through Connecticut by 1 p.m. this afternoon. This is supported by other models and computer data that we are assessing.
The bottom line is that anyone with outdoor activities or travel plans should keep an eye to the skies and use extreme caution.
There is a high threat of strong to severe thunderstorms today with damaging winds, large hail, torrential/flooding rain and isolated tornadoes.
Click on for a few more graphics and a brief technical summary of the situation.
The storm threat begins at noon and continues right into the early evening hours.