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                   Monday, April 21, 2008 - 4:38PM

Monday afternoon chase

By DAN ROBINSON
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5:39PM Monday: Today's Ten Ten Road expedition was less than 6 miles long. I drove to Highway 401 and back, passing through the core of a weak cell near Old Stage on the way back. Some brief pea-sized hail and a few close CGs was the extent of it. With the low center so close, the day may not be over - but I'm staying in for now.

4:38PM Monday: Heading out in a few minutes to check out some of the cells popping up south and east of Raleigh. I don't expect much, but with a low spinning nearly overhead and some good hail reports coming from storms on the coastal plain, there could be some action within range today. The chase camera will be running in static image mode.

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