Severe Weather Threat Day 1 Sun Jun 30

Carolinas To Mid-Atlantic/Northeast States...

Isolated Tstm Wind Gust Potential Has Likely Waned Across A Broad
Portion Of The Eastern Conus With Loss Of Daytime Heating.

However...A Moist Airmass /Near 70 Or Lower 70s F Surface Dewpoints Are Common/ Exists To The East Of A Nearly Stationary Frontal Zone That Roughly Parallels The Appalachians Spine. A Moist Environment In Conjunction With Deep/Moderately Strong Southerly Flow May Yield A Few Transient Supercell Structures Tonight In Areas Such As Nc/Va And Perhaps As Far North As Pa...But The Overall Tornado/Wind Damage Potential Should Remain Quite Limited.

Co/Nm/Far West Tx...

Southward Moving Clusters May Yet Pose A Locally Damaging Wind Gust Or Hail Threat Across Eastern Nm/Far West Tx This Evening... But Any Such Potential Should Remain Isolated While Otherwise Diminishing As The Boundary Layer Cools.

East-Central Mt...

An Isolated Strong/Perhaps Severe Tstm May Occur/Move In From
Saskatchewan Over The Next Couple Of Hours...But The Overall
Potential Is Expected To Be Very Marginal/Localized At Best.


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