July 3, 2017 Derecho
Category 4 Derecho

Storm at Peak Intensity
Formed 4:26AM
Dissipated 7:34PM
Accumulated Rain Amount More than 5 feet
Highest winds 187.4MPH (measured in Erie, PA)
Lowest pressure 479MB
Damages More than $1 Trillion (2017 USD)
Direct Fatalities 2
Indirect Fatalities 17
Missing 46
Areas affected Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, United Kingdom (3 days later)
On the Day 4 outlook from June 30, 2017 the Storm Prediction Center issued a 30% of Severe Weather over Northeastern Indiana and Northern the Day 1 outlook a Large High Risk was posted...the outlook even said "A Long Lived Bow Echo/Derecho event is likely...but the strongest tornado threat is in the isolated cells expected to develop around the Derecho" at 4:26AM Supercells started to take a Bow Echo shape in Indiana...the event was upgraded to a Derecho event by the NWS in Columbus, is the SPS from that time "A Massive Derecho has developed in Central Indiana, the derecho will move directly through Ohio"
Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
7 4 2 1 0 0 14
The event did not spawn many tornadoes...but a cone EF3 did cause severe damage to several houses in Cranford, New Jersey and New York City...only 3 strong tornadoes were produced by this system...the NWS SPC issued a PDS Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Eastern Ohio and Pennsylvania at about 9:45AM...this is a wip.
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