Severe thunderstorm watch

Saturday, June 27, 2009 4:06 PM
Last updated Tuesday, June 1, 2010 8:37 PM
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Rain, hail and gusty winds could be developing in the Augusta area this afternoon.

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for all of South Carolina and Richmond, Burke, Columbia and McDuffie counties until 11 p.m., said Tony Petrolito, meteorologist with the weather service in West Columbia.

Scattered thunderstorms are forming in South Carolina and northern Georgia this afternoon, which could mean large hail, wind gusts of up to 70 mph and thunderstorms for the Augusta area by tonight, Mr. Petrolito said.

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jasonpilgrim
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jasonpilgrim 06/27/09 - 04:41 pm
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really???

really???

jack234
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jack234 06/27/09 - 04:57 pm
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South Carolina could use a

South Carolina could use a little rain to cleanse it. HELLO! HELLO!

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charliemanson 06/27/09 - 05:12 pm
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After all the news this week,

After all the news this week, I guess the only "breaking news" that AC can come up with for today is a patch of rain coming our way. lol.

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AugustaVoter 06/27/09 - 07:25 pm
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And looking at the radar, the

And looking at the radar, the rain, or what little bit there is, is staying West and East of Augusta. I mean that is what happens when you are in a field latrine hole like Augusta is...

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Dixieman 06/27/09 - 08:59 pm
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Coming down right now...

Coming down right now...

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