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Severe Storms June 6th, 2005

A line of thunderstorms developed ahead of a cold front across western Pennsylvania during the morning on the June 6th, 2005. The combination of a moderately strong westerly flow aloft and very unstable air east of the storms resulted in the storms moving rapidly to the east-northeast, well out ahead of the front, across central New York and northeast Pennsylvania during the afternoon. The main line of severe thunderstorms was well to our east by the time the cold front finally moved east across the area, during the evening.

If you have pictures of storm damage in your area, please send us a copy. You can email them to Ron Murphy at Include your name (if you want credit), the date and time of the image, and where it was taken. Please indicate whether we can use the image on our website or in presentations. Full credit will be included on the image. Due to space limitations all images submitted may not be used on this web site. All images will be archived and used as reference for the event. Thanks.

Below are some links to weather information from June 6th. Additional data and images will be place here as time allows.
Local Storm Reports
Local Storm Reports
Local Storm Reports
Damage Photos
Radar Images
Radar Data - you will need java installed to view this loop.

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