Severe Weather Possible on Saturday, May 31st
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Severe Weather Possible on Saturday, May 31st
Another May 31st is upon us, and yet again, severe thunderstorms are possible. May 31st has held memorable events in Pennsylvania such as the "Great" Johnstown Flood (of 1889), and the Tornado Outbreaks of 1985 and 1998.

The severe potential this Saturday does not look quite that dramatic. But, there could be showers and thunderstorms moving into the Northwestern section of the state before sunrise, and through the Central mountains and Lower Susquehanna Valley in the late morning and afternoon hours.

Some of these storms could make wind damage, with a lower potential for tornadoes and large hail.

Stay tuned and follow the latest forecasts.
Severe Storms Possible Saturday
Severe Storms Possible Saturday


 
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