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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued

by ARLnow.com June 22, 2012 at 2:40 pm 2,294 14 Comments

Arlington and the surrounding region is under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 9:00 tonight.

Forecasters say the storms have the potential to produce “damaging wind gusts and locally heavy rainfall.”

Some hail is also possible.

  • Corporal Jones

    Don’t Panic!

  • So if I get my streetcar up to 88mph, will I be able to go back in time?

    • V. Putin

      If you don’t go past the Donaldson Run stop.

    • Roover

      @ Stcikwicket

      I hope youre in training for your jokes bc it doesnt make sense. Try again

      • ChrisS

        Do you support the Columbia Pike streetcar Roover?

      • JB

        For someone with such a sharp wit you don’t seem to grasp that it’s not necessary to @ your comments to anyone – that’s the point of the “Reply” button and the resulting indentation. You’ll get the hang of it.

        • brian

          I even understood what he was talking about. If you dont understand, dont accuse the original poster of not making any sense, because you are the one lookin dumb

  • Norman Jones

    We just gotta get organized!

  • Dr_Klahn

    Donaldson Run Outfitters may be having a whitewater rafting special later today for groups of 6 or more – check back for updates.

    • nom de guerre

      I hear the storm warning sirens going off right now. The ACPD swift water rescue team has been deployed and the staff of Donaldson Run Outfitters are currently assisting with securing the boats that are docked at the Donaldson Run Yacht Club Marina. That is all.

  • Kony Thornheiser

    I hope the lobster truck is safe.

  • Bender

    Waiting . . . waiting . . . waiting . . .

    • brian

      Another non event from scare mongeres at the nws. I am surprised the storn wasn’t linked to global warming.

      • Dan

        “Another non event from scare mongeres at the nws”

        Tell that to the people up in the neighborhood that got hit by the micro-burst.
        I don’t think that they would agree with your assessment .

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