From WBOC Metr. Dan Satterfield: This is a re-post from a blog I write for the AGU. There have been 12 deaths from tornadoes this year across the country, but none in Maryland or Delaware. Meteorologist John Jensenius at NOAA keeps track of the deaths from lightning each year. We are now up to 30.
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We were very lucky this morning because Delmarva saw a rain event that was similar to what West Virginia experienced a few days ago. The lack of mountains kept this from being a killer flood, but it did wash out roads and caused major travel issues through the morning. I mentioned on air last night
The Storm Prediction Center’s outlook for severe weather verified fairly well yesterday. There were not that many tornadoes and the reason for this was likely that the wind shear was not that favorable in spite of an extremely unstable airmass. Still, the graphic above shows where the reports of wind damage, hail, and tornadoes were