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New Rounds Of Storms Headed To Region Before Much-Awaited Change In Weather Pattern New Rounds Of Storms Headed To Region Before Much-Awaited Change In Weather Pattern
New Rounds Of Storms Headed To Region Before Much-Awaited Change In Weather Pattern Separate rounds of thunderstorms with heavy downpours are possible through the end of the week before a change in the weather pattern will finally bring drier, less humid air. According to the National Weather Service, investigations are underway in parts of upstate New York and northern New England after possible tornadic activity occurred during a storm system on Wednesday, July 10, fueled by the remnants of Beryl. Thursday, July 11 will become partly to mostly sunny after a cloudy start to the day with lingering showers pushing east. The high temperature will be in the upper 80s. It sho…
New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds
New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds More potentially severe scattered thunderstorms are once again expected to sweep through the region for the second half of the weekend after previous activity resulted in downed trees and thousands of power outages the previous three days. The next window for storm activity is in the afternoon and evening on Sunday, Sept. 10.  "Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms along a stalled frontal boundary could produce locally heavy downpours this afternoon and evening," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Statement issued early Sunday morning. The mai…
New Rounds Of Storms On Track Through Weekend: 5-Day Forecast New Rounds Of Storms On Track Through Weekend: 5-Day Forecast
New Rounds Of Storms On Track Through Weekend: 5-Day Forecast New rounds of potentially severe scattered thunderstorms will sweep through as an unsettled weather pattern has arrived in the region. The next window for storm activity is in the afternoon and evening on Friday, Sept. 8. The main threat will be damaging winds, with additional threats for isolated large hail and flash flooding, according to the National Weather Service. Hot and humid conditions will linger Friday before temperatures finally become seasonable, but more storm activity is on tap for the weekend. "While thunderstorms will bring the threat of both localized flash flo…
Here's Timing For Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat Here's Timing For Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat
Here's Timing For Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat A days-long stretch of hot and humid conditions will finally come to an end with the arrival of an unsettled weather pattern that will include separate rounds of storms. The high temperature on Thursday, Sept. 7 will generally be in the low 90s with the heat index in the upper 90s due to high humidity, according to the National Weather Service. A Heat Advisory is in effect for most of the region until early Thursday evening. Clouds will increase Thursday night as the unsettled conditions arrive, prompting the separate storm chances. The first chance for showers and thunders…
Separate Rounds Of Storms Will Follow Hot, Humid Stretch Separate Rounds Of Storms Will Follow Hot, Humid Stretch
Separate Rounds Of Storms Will Follow Hot, Humid Stretch A days-long stretch of hot and humid weather will be followed by separate rounds of showers and thunderstorms that will lead to a change in the weather pattern. According to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Heather Zehr: "Temperatures early this week are topping out 10-15 degrees above normal from interior New England down through the mid-Atlantic, while coastal areas in New England will be closer to the historical average. Even those areas will warm up heading toward the middle of the week." The high temperature on Tuesday, Sept. 5, and Wednesday, Sept. 6 will range from the upper 80s to …
Flash Flood Risk: Storm System With Heavy Downpours Sweeping Through Region Flash Flood Risk: Storm System With Heavy Downpours Sweeping Through Region
Flash Flood Risk: Storm System With Heavy Downpours Sweeping Through Region Localized flash flooding is possible as a cold front with heavy downpours and embedded thunderstorms moves through the region. For a look at a radar image of the region at about 7:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 25, see the first image above. Friday will be mostly cloudy and humid throughout the day with a high temperature in the mid-70s.  There will be showers and spotty storms during the morning with a chance of more isolated storms during the day and at night. About an inch of rainfall is expected into Friday evening, with locally higher amounts. After the system pushes through, a main…
Flash Flood Threat: Here's Projected Timing For System Packed With Storms, Heavy Rain Flash Flood Threat: Here's Projected Timing For System Packed With Storms, Heavy Rain
Flash Flood Threat: Here's Projected Timing For System Packed With Storms, Heavy Rain An approaching frontal system will bring thunderstorms and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding. The system will arrive from west to east early Thursday afternoon, Aug. 10, and continue to move through into the evening. Heavy rain is expected to begin in the New York City area, Hudson Valley, and Capital regions, and western Connecticut around midday Thursday and later in the afternoon in Massachusetts and eastern Connecticut. Areas where soaking rain is expected are shown in dark green in the first image above from AccuWeather.com. About an inch of rainfall is now expected, with lo…
New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region After Dry, Comfortable Stretch: 5-Day Forecast New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region After Dry, Comfortable Stretch: 5-Day Forecast
New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region After Dry, Comfortable Stretch: 5-Day Forecast After many parts of the region set records for the wettest July ever, the start of the new month will be marked by dry, comfortable weather before separate rounds of thunderstorms are expected. The break from the humid conditions continues for Tuesday, Aug. 1 with forecast dew points at noon in the 50s region-wide, with some upper 40s across some areas, according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures will range from the upper 70s to around 80 degrees under mainly sunny skies. Wednesday, Aug. 2 will be another picture-perfect day with sunny skies and a high temperature of a…
New Flash Flood Risk: Here's Timing For Storm System With Drenching Downpours New Flash Flood Risk: Here's Timing For Storm System With Drenching Downpours
New Flash Flood Risk: Here's Timing For Storm System With Drenching Downpours The weekend won't be a washout, but a new round of widespread heavy thunderstorms with drenching rainfall at times could cause flooding. Saturday, July 15 will be partly sunny with a high temperature in the mid-80s, but high humidity will make it feel like it's in the 90s, according to the National Weather Service. There is a chance of spotty showers and isolated thunderstorms during the afternoon and showers at night, but much of the region could stay dry throughout the day. That won't be the case for the second half of the weekend as a system will push through from west to east star…
Line Of Severe Storms Sweeping Through Region With More To Come: Here's Latest Line Of Severe Storms Sweeping Through Region With More To Come: Here's Latest
Line Of Severe Storms Sweeping Through Region With More To Come: Here's Latest Thunderstorms, some severe, are sweeping through the region with more rounds of slow-moving systems with heavy downpours on the way over the next several days. A radar image of the region (shown in the first image above) shows the line of storms just before 9 a.m. Friday morning, July 14. The stormy pattern is expected to linger through Tuesday, July 18. For a look at areas most at risk for flooding through Tuesday, July 18 (shown in dark green), click on the second image above from AccuWeather.com. "Additional showers and thunderstorms are forecast through the weekend with …
New Flash Flood Threat: Separate Rounds Of Slow-Moving Storms Take Aim At Region New Flash Flood Threat: Separate Rounds Of Slow-Moving Storms Take Aim At Region
New Flash Flood Threat: Separate Rounds Of Slow-Moving Storms Take Aim At Region Separate rounds of slow-moving storms with heavy downpours at times will bring a new risk of flash flooding to the area into early next week. AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jon Porter said that a "major concern is that renewed, serious flash flooding can occur in some of the same areas that were heavily impacted by devastating and deadly flooding in the last several days because it will now take even less rainfall to result in dangerous flash flooding in these areas given how saturated the ground is.” The time frame for the first system is overnight Thursday, July 13 into Friday, July…
Here's How Much Rain To Expect From Potent Storm With Drenching Downpours, Possible Flooding Here's How Much Rain To Expect From Potent Storm With Drenching Downpours, Possible Flooding
Here's How Much Rain To Expect From Potent Storm With Drenching Downpours, Possible Flooding A powerful storm system will bring heavy downpours and dump several inches of rainfall throughout the region, resulting in areas of flooding. The system, sparked by a slow-moving cold front, is on track for Sunday afternoon, July 9 into Sunday evening, according to the National Weather Service. Between 2 and 4 inches of rainfall is expected in areas shown in green in the first image above from AccuWeather.com. Locally higher are possible, especially in areas in darker green. Widespread flood watches have been issued throughout much of the Northeast. Areas most at risk for flash f…
Here's How Long Severe Storms Sweeping Through Region Will Last Here's How Long Severe Storms Sweeping Through Region Will Last
Here's How Long Severe Storms Sweeping Through Region Will Last A new round of thunderstorms, some of which are severe with heavy downpours, frequent lightning, thunder, and strong winds is sweeping through the region late in the afternoon on Independence Day. Up to an inch or so of rainfall is possible Tuesday, July 4 with locally higher amounts. Most of the activity should dissipate or exit from the north to the southeast by 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 4, according to the National Weather Service. For a look at the most likely end times of showers and thunderstorms across the region, see the image above. "Storms will be slow-moving and capable of prod…
July 4th Forecast: New Round Of Storms Most Likely In These Parts Of Region July 4th Forecast: New Round Of Storms Most Likely In These Parts Of Region
July 4th Forecast: New Round Of Storms Most Likely In These Parts Of Region The booming sounds you may hear during the afternoon and evening on Independence Day may not be fireworks. That's because a new round of thunderstorms -- with heavy downpours, frequent lightning, thunder, and strong winds -- is likely in much of the region on Tuesday, July 4. There will be clouds with some breaks of sunshine in the morning followed by scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Areas shown in yellow in the image above from the National Weather Service are most likely to see July 4th storms, some of which will be severe. In eastern New England, s…
Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through From West To East: Here's Latest Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through From West To East: Here's Latest
Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through From West To East: Here's Latest Thunderstorms, some of which are severe, are moving through the region late Monday afternoon, June 3. Storm activity is expected to continue into about the middle of the evening. Scattered showers and storms developed just west of the Hudson River in the middle of the afternoon and are now moving from west to east. Strong winds of up to around 60 miles per hour are possible, the National Weather Service said.  Hail, frequent lightning, thunder and downpours are accompanying the storms. In addition, heavy rainfall could produce areas of mainly minor flooding. Isolated torna…
Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Region From West To East: Here's Latest Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Region From West To East: Here's Latest
Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Region From West To East: Here's Latest A new round of thunderstorms is sweeping through the region from west to east. Storms developed in the mid-afternoon on Wednesday, June 28, with activity scattered across the region. (See radar image above.)  The storms, some of which are severe, are accompanied by heavy, brief downpours, rumbles of thunder, and lightning strikes. Storms could pop up at times through the afternoon and into the early evening Wednesday before an unsettled weather pattern finally comes to a close, according to the National Weather Service. Drier and warmer weather is expected Thursday, June 29, and Frid…
Wet Mess: Here's Timing For New Round Of Storms That Will Redevelop In Region Wet Mess: Here's Timing For New Round Of Storms That Will Redevelop In Region
Wet Mess: Here's Timing For New Round Of Storms That Will Redevelop In Region New separate rounds of thunderstorms will mark a damp and dreary weekend amid a rainy, unsettled stretch of weather that will linger into next week. Showers and scattered storms with moderate to heavy downpours that arrived overnight will taper off from south to north late Saturday morning, June 24 with a warm front passing, according to the National Weather Service. A new round of storms will redevelop Saturday afternoon and evening, particularly for interior areas. High temperatures are expected to be a bit cooler than normal levels thanks to ample cloud cover, the National Weather Servi…
Weekend Washout? Rounds Of Storms Taking Aim On Region: Here's Timing Weekend Washout? Rounds Of Storms Taking Aim On Region: Here's Timing
Weekend Washout? Rounds Of Storms Taking Aim On Region: Here's Timing The arrival of an unsettled weather pattern will bring the possibility of thunderstorms stretching into early next week. It will be warmer and more humid Friday, June 23 with a high temperature ranging from the mid to upper 70s, and showers likely at times throughout the day and evening. Scattered thunderstorms will arrive mid-afternoon, lasting through the evening, as a warm front passes through the region, according to the National Weather Service. About three-quarters of an inch of rainfall is possible Friday. Look for more of the same on Saturday, June 24, and Sunday, J…
Line Of Storms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region Line Of Storms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region
Line Of Storms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region A line of thunderstorms, some severe, is sweeping through the region from west to east. Storm activity first began in northern New Jersey at around 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 16. As of around 2:30 p.m., most of the more powerful storms have been in areas farthest south, with showers falling throughout much of the entire region. (See the satellite image above.) Storms are expected to become more widespread and affect this part of the region later in the afternoon Friday. Showers and storms will continue at times through the evening on Friday. About to around three-quarters of an inch of rainfa…
New Rounds Of Showers, Storms: Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives In Region New Rounds Of Showers, Storms: Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives In Region
New Rounds Of Showers, Storms: Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives In Region The arrival of an unsettled weather pattern will bring new rounds of showers and scattered storms in the next few days. Friday, June 16 will start off dry with hazy skies as elevated smoke from Canadian wildfires returns mainly in areas farther south, according to the National Weather Service. Areas that will be most affected by smoke are marked in yellow in the image above. Showers will develop in the afternoon and continue at times through the evening, with thunderstorms possible from the early afternoon until late in the evening on Friday. The high temperatures will be in the mid-7…
Showers, Storms To Return, But Will They Hang Around On Father's Day? Showers, Storms To Return, But Will They Hang Around On Father's Day?
Showers, Storms To Return, But Will They Hang Around On Father's Day? Father's Day Weekend won't be a complete washout, but it will be marked by the return of an unsettled weather pattern. After a wet and stormy day, Thursday, June 15 will be the pick of the week, with mostly sunny skies and a high temperature ranging from the upper 70s to lower 80s. But the pleasant weather won't last long. Friday, June 16 will be mainly cloudy with showers likely to arrive in the middle of the afternoon on a day in which the high temperature will be in the mid 70s. Thunderstorms will become possible from the late afternoon through the evening, into the early morning&…
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region A line of thunderstorms, some severe, is sweeping through the region from the west to the east in the middle of the afternoon on Tuesday, June 6. Some of the storms could produce gusty winds of up to 60 miles per hour, quarter-size hail and rumbles of thunder, the National Weather Service said. Scattered showers and storm activity are expected to continue into the middle of the evening. Unsettled weather will stay in place on Wednesday, June 7, and Thursday, June 8. TonightA 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8pm. Widespread haze. Areas of smoke. Mostly clear, with…
Scattered Storms, Cooldown Will Follow Brief Stretch Of Warm Air Scattered Storms, Cooldown Will Follow Brief Stretch Of Warm Air
Scattered Storms, Cooldown Will Follow Brief Stretch Of Warm Air New update: Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible A round of scattered thunderstorms accompanying a cold front pushing through the region will lead to a drop in temperatures after a brief warmup in the opening days of June. Look for a high temperature in the mid-80s on Thursday, June 1 with hazy sunshine, and patchy smoke moving west from wildfires in Nova Scotia, according to the National Weather Service. Widespread high temps in the upper 80s to low 90s are on tap for Friday, June 2. As a backdoor cold front pushes through from…
Cold Front Will Lead To Chance For Thunderstorms, New Shift In Temperatures Cold Front Will Lead To Chance For Thunderstorms, New Shift In Temperatures
Cold Front Will Lead To Chance For Thunderstorms, New Shift In Temperatures A round of thunderstorms is possible later in the week as a cold front pushes through, leading to a new swing in temperatures. It will remain dry on Wednesday, May 31 with a high temperature in the mid-70s after a cool morning, according to the National Weather Service. There will be hazy sunshine with patchy smoke from the Nova Scotia wildfires though most of the smoke will be at high levels of the atmosphere, Things will heat up as the calendar flips from May to June. Look for a high temperature in the mid-80s on Thursday, June 1 with patchy morning fog and mostly cloudy …
Scattered Storms With Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds On Track For Region: Here's Latest Scattered Storms With Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds On Track For Region: Here's Latest
Scattered Storms With Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds On Track For Region: Here's Latest A potent cold front will bring scattered, strong thunderstorms with heavy rain, and gusty winds to the region overnight. Mostly cloudy skies and patchy fog on Saturday morning, April 22 will give way to breaks of sunshine during the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.  Temperatures will be mild, topping out in the mid-60s. Widespread showers and isolated thunderstorms gradually move in from west to east during the evening. It will become breezy as well. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall.  Rain will continue until around noon on Sunday, April …
Scattered Storms, Rounds Of Rain: Unsettled Stretch Will Also Include Shifts In Temperatures Scattered Storms, Rounds Of Rain: Unsettled Stretch Will Also Include Shifts In Temperatures
Scattered Storms, Rounds Of Rain: Unsettled Stretch Will Also Include Shifts In Temperatures A dry start to the week will be followed by an unsettled weather pattern that will include rounds of rain, scattered thunderstorms, and shifts in temperatures. Tuesday, April 4 will be partly cloudy and mild with a high temperature in the upper 60s to around 70 degrees. Clouds will thicken during the evening with overnight drizzle and light rain possible. Wednesday, April 5 will be mostly cloudy with showers at times. Light rain will become likely in the afternoon with patchy fog. It will be a cooler day with a high temperature in the low 50s. Rain will continue at times overnight along w…
Severe Weather Threat Upgraded For Region: Here's Time Frame For Approaching Thunderstorms Severe Weather Threat Upgraded For Region: Here's Time Frame For Approaching Thunderstorms
Severe Weather Threat Upgraded For Region: Here's Time Frame For Approaching Thunderstorms The threat of severe weather from an approaching round of thunderstorms has just been upgraded for most of the region. Storm activity is expected from west to east from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 1. The area covers New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, and Orange counties, and Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex, and New London counties in Connecticut. (See the image above.) "The Storm Prediction Center has placed the area in an enhanced risk of severe thunderstorms this evening," the National Weather Service said in a statement issued mid-Saturday afternoon. "…
Unsettled Stretch: Here's When To Expect Rain, Storms Next Few Days Unsettled Stretch: Here's When To Expect Rain, Storms Next Few Days
Unsettled Stretch: Here's When To Expect Rain, Storms Next Few Days The arrival of an unsettled weather pattern will usher in separate rounds of precipitation with the potential for soaking rainfall and thunderstorms at times. Rain chances will increase through the day on Sunday, Sept. 11, and continue through Tuesday, Sept. 13, according to the National Weather Service.  With the clouds and rain around on Sunday, expect high temperatures to only be in the 70s. Beginning in the mid-afternoon Sunday, there will be a chance for showers that will last through the evening and into the overnight hours as a storm system advances from west to east. (See…
Here's Time Frame For System Bringing Strong To Severe Thunderstorms Here's Time Frame For System Bringing Strong To Severe Thunderstorms
Here's Time Frame For System Bringing Strong To Severe Thunderstorms A system packed with scattered, potentially potent thunderstorms is headed for the region. The storm chance will start late in the morning on Friday, Aug. 26, before showers and storms are expected during the afternoon into the evening, the National Weather Service said. Some of the storms "may trigger isolated to scattered strong to severe thunderstorms and locally heavy rainfall," the weather service said. Gusty winds are expected to accompany any strong to severe storms. "The thunderstorms will break out across portions of the Northeast on Friday afternoon as a front dividing warm and…
New Round Of Scattered Showers, Storms Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern New Round Of Scattered Showers, Storms Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern
New Round Of Scattered Showers, Storms Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern A slow-moving front will spark a new round of scattered showers and thunderstorms that will be followed by a change in the weather pattern. Areas where storm activity is expected on Tuesday, Aug. 23 are shaded in dark green in the first image above from AccuWeather.com. It will be mostly cloudy throughout the day Tuesday with a high temperature in the low 80s.  The most likely time frame for showers and storms is from the early afternoon until the early evening on Tuesday. Skies will gradually clear overnight, leading to a mostly sunny day on Wednesday, Aug. 24 with dry and pleasant …
Pop-Up Storms Possible Before More Widespread System Sweeps Through Region Pop-Up Storms Possible Before More Widespread System Sweeps Through Region
Pop-Up Storms Possible Before More Widespread System Sweeps Through Region Pop-up storms will be possible amid hot, humid conditions this weekend before a more widespread system with the potential for much-needed drenching downpours sweeps through the region. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s to low 90s on Saturday, Aug. 20 under mostly sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service.  Clouds will increase in the afternoon, and isolated showers and thunderstorms are also possible during the afternoon and evening. Sunday, Aug. 21 will be partly sunny with a high temperature in the mid 80s.  There will be a chance for scattered showe…