Weekend Weather Spotlight: 6-19-20 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jun 19th 2020

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 6-19-20

Active weather across a good amount of the country the next few days with a trough of low pressure centered in the Mid-Atlantic region and southcentral Canada, with a frontal boundary not moving much in between. In the east for the Ohio River Valley, Northeast, Southeast, and Mid Atlantic storm activity will be fairly isolated to scattered while further west into the Plains and Midwest more organized storm activity is possible in the vicinity of the front. Some severe storms are possible mainly near the front with the better chances coming this afternoon and evening in northwest TX and southwest OK, and on Sunday in parts of the southern and central Plains. 

SPC D1
severe storm probabilities today.
SPC D2
severe storm probabilities Saturday.
SPC D3
severe storm probabilities Sunday.