Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible Sunday evening into the overnight hours. The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area in the marginal risk for severe storms. I’ll monitor this closely and provide updates as the timing and intensity of this storm system becomes clearer.
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On This Day
1953 – A tornado hit the town of Worcester, Massachusetts, killing ninety persons. The northeastern states usually remain free of destructive tornadoes, however in this case a low pressure system, responsible for producing severe thunderstorms in Michigan and Ohio the previous day, brought severe weather to New Hampshire and central Massachusetts. The tornado, up to a mile in width at times, tracked 46 miles through Worcester County. It mangled steel towers built to withstand winds of 375 mph. Debris from the tornado fell in the Boston area, and adjacent Atlantic Ocean.
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