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 13 April 2009 Some thunderstorm risk in W/NW/SW Germany

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PostSubject: 13 April 2009 Some thunderstorm risk in W/NW/SW Germany   Mon Apr 13, 2009 5:01 am

...E France, W Germany...

Although there is almost no vertical shear and forcing, some thunderstorms may develop along some small convergence zones in western Germany and the Black Forest / Vosges Mountains. Most thunderstorms should be briefly organized multicells and singlecells that might produce marginally severe hail and gusty winds. As the storm motion is very slow, local heavy precipitation events are not ruled out. As the storms are diurnally driven, convective activity should rapidly decrease after sunset.

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