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Last Updated: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 9:48:01 PM
SCATTERED SEVERE T'STORMS POSSIBLE THURSDAY.
A cold front will move across New York and western New England through the afternoon likely generating a line of downpours and t'storms from the late morning and early afternoon (areas west of the Hudson valley) through the mid to late afternoon (Hudson valley and western New England) There is a chance a few of the stronger thunderstorms could become severe producing localized brief damaging wind gusts in addition to torrential rain, frequent lightning, and small hail.
Patchy low clouds and fog developing.
Warm and humid.
Wind: Light southerly wind
Sunrise: 5:44 AM
Low: Near 70
A mixture of clouds and sunshine during the morning.
A round of downpours and t'storms likely from especially the early to mid afternoon.
A few severe t'storms possible with strong wind and locally heavy rain and frequent lightning.
Rain pulling out during the late afternoon and early evening.
Wind: SSW 5-15 mph
Sunset: 8:18 PM
Becoming mostly clear.
Humidity coming down.
Wind: SW 5 mph
A mixture of sunshine and fair weather clouds.
Dewpoints dropping back into the 50s.
Wind: Westerly 10-15 mph
High: Mid 80s
Sunshine mixing with building clouds.
Slight chance of an afternoon or evening shower or t'storm, especially in areas from the Capital Region on north and west.
High: Mid 80s.