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  1. SEVERE WEATHER ALERT - DAY 1 OUTLOOK *** MODERATE & ENHANCED RISKS *** Given the possible severity of the severe weather event forecasted for today, Good Friday, April 19th, this thread is created exclusively to allow for posters and readers to be able to only discuss and read about the possibilities, outcome and observations of the progged MODERATE and ENHANCED risks for a big chunk of the Mid Atlantic. The NAM shows supercell composite values ranging from 10 to 18 for parts of Virginia and North Carolina, while SigTor values range from 1.8 to 2.3 for areas over central and eastern VA and NC. As per the NAM bulk shear values could be ranging from 50 to 75 knots. RADAR Imagery: SPC DAY 1 Outlook: Categorical Wind Hail Tornado Given that this may turn out to be a rough situation later on this morning and into the early afternoon for the people in central and eastern areas of VA and the Carolinas, please make sure, if you live in those locations, you are prepared and pay attention to the latest information and forecasts concerning this severe weather event,
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