Hoo-Boy, Here We Go

Eclipse mixed with a risk of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. 
The NWS Storm Prediction Center is predicting those conditions in the yellow area which coincides with the path of totality for the eclipse. 

If you've never be in the path of totality, the traffic is total gridlock. While, climatologically, the severe thunderstorms usually don't develop until after the time of totality in that area, it is entirely possible they could develop before the eclipse has completely ended. 

When I say total gridlock, that includes everything from major interstate to country roads. 

Of course, I'll keep you updated. If this threat looks to grow, I'll provide you with detailed suggestions based on my experiences. 


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