Severe Thunderstorm Warning Parts of NW New Jersey Hudson Valley
We are seeing some severe thunderstorms that developed in Pennsylvania now moving into Northwest New Jersey. Severe thunderstorm warnings are posted
The National Weather Service in Upton NY has issued a
* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for…
Passaic County in northeastern New Jersey…
Northwestern Bergen County in northeastern New Jersey…
Orange County in southeastern New York…
Rockland County in southeastern New York…
* Until 900 PM EDT.
* At 806 PM EDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line
extending from Millrift to Branchville to Greendell, moving east at
HAZARD…60 mph wind gusts.
IMPACT…Expect damage to trees and power lines.
* Severe thunderstorms will be near…
Port Jervis around 810 PM EDT.
Huguenot around 815 PM EDT.
Cuddebackville around 820 PM EDT.
Otisville around 825 PM EDT.
Howells around 835 PM EDT.
Middletown and West Milford around 840 PM EDT.
Warwick and Florida around 845 PM EDT.
Goshen around 850 PM EDT.
Ringwood and Chester around 855 PM EDT.
Wayne and Pompton Lakes around 900 PM EDT.
The regional radar shows a broken line of thunderstorms moving northeastward. They seemed to have reached their peak intensity and they could hold on in strength for an hour or so before the area starts to weaken. The area is making more of a northward progress rather than an eastward one which means the coastal areas would likely miss out on these storms.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
The southern flank of the area of thunderstorms are aiming for areas in New Jersey near Route 78 and should they hold up they will be moving in sometime after 9pm. All of these storms should weaken and dissipate overnight. Monday is shaping up to be a very warm day with sunshine developing and highs reaching the 80s. A cold front could trigger off some thunderstorms further east later Monday afternoon and the Storm Prediction Center has much of the area at a marginal risk for severe weather later Monday afternoon and evening.
There are no changes in the forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure builds in with dry cooler air and some sunshine for both days. It looks like the next chance for showers could arrive for Thursday in advance of the next cold front.
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