Thunderstorms Heading East Across Pennsylvania into New Jersey Hudson Valley

Thunderstorms Heading East Across Pennsylvania into New Jersey Hudson Valley

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Thunderstorms Heading East Across Pennsylvania into New Jersey Hudson Valley

Thunderstorms have been developing rapidly across Pennsylvania and also a band has formed across the Hudson Valley this evening. We have already seen numerous severe thunderstorm warnings from these two areas and we will probably see more heading into this evening.

We have a severe thunderstorm watch up for parts our region covering the western counties of New Jersey that border the Pennsylvania state line from Warren County southward. The watch extends westward cover most of Eastern Pennsylvania south of Route 80 to the Maryland state line. It also includes Delaware. There is no watch up for the Hudson Valley in NY but we are seeing some severe thunderstorms on the radar there. No watches are up for Southern New England, the rest of New Jersey, and Long Island.

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Local and regional radars are busy with thunderstorms and the yellow boxes that come and go indicate current severe thunderstorm warnings. Any red boxes would indicate a tornado warning, green would be flood or flash flood warnings. For more specific information, check your local National Weather Service office.

WEATHER RADAR

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Tonight’s storms are impacting much of the same areas that were hit yesterday. Once these storms are done the rest of the night will be very warm and humid with most lows in the 70s. There is the chance for a stray overnight downpour or thunderstorm in one or two spots.

There are no changes in the forecast for the next 2 days. Thursday will be even hotter than today with highs in the mid to upper 90s and the risk for thunderstorms again, some will be severe. Friday highs will be in the low to mid 90s with the risk for thunderstorms again late afternoon and evening as a cold front approaches. Severe weather risk also exists for Friday. Some humidity and temperature relief is coming for the weekend which features sunshine and dry rain free conditions.

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Please note that with regards to any severe weather,  tropical storms, or hurricanes, should a storm be threatening, please consult your local National Weather Service office or your local government officials about what action you should be taking to protect life and property.

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