BUTLER COUNTY, Pa. – Another storm will again impact Butler County. This time, you can expect hail and damaging winds, according to the National Weather Service.
Norman, Oklahoma Storm Prediction Center has placed Butler County and most of Pennsylvania under a marginal risk for severe weather tomorrow.
Hail could be up to 1-inch in size, with wind gusts up to 65 MPH.
Please tie down any loose items or move them indoors as gusty downdrafts can quickly toss items around, which could become a road hazard.
The last storm Butler County received produced a wet microburst, which brought down massive amounts of trees and live high-voltage power lines.
IN/OH into New England Instability will build during the day ahead of a weak front, from IL/IN into New England. Scattered daytime storms will develop along this boundary. Western areas such as IN and OH will be the most unstable with MUCAPE over 2500 J/kg, however, shear will be weak. Stronger shear will exist into New England, with MUCAPE around 1500 J/kg. As such, marginally severe storms are expected with a hail and wind threat. National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center