Tropical Storm Bertha – Moves into the Carolinas

Bill's Blog

Bertha was a minimal tropical storm when it came ashore in the Carolinas Wednesday morning. Here’s SE Regional Radar:

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The storm has brought gusty winds and heavy rain. The strongest wind has been out over the ocean. I saw one buoy with a steady wind of 35 mph. Here’s current observations from S. Carolina and N. Carolina. Moisture from Bertha will continue to produce showers and thunderstorms as it moves north toward New England.

Here’s today’s severe weather outlook area from the Storm Prediction Center – As I write this…the outlook is for Wed. PM/night – Strong to severe storms will produce large hail, wind damage and perhaps a couple of tornadoes in Texas. We have a General Thunderstorm Risk in Michigan this Wed. PM/night.

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