For the third straight day, a line of severe thunderstorms is moving through the region from west to east.
Scattered storm activity is expected Thursday afternoon, July 8, and into the evening.
At 12:45 p.m., storms with heavy rain have arrived in New York, north of I-84 in Orange, Ulster, and Dutchess counties. Storm activity could become more widespread later.
Damaging winds gusts of around 60 miles per hour are the main threat, the National Weather Service said.
In addition, localized heavy rainfall leading to urban and poor drainage flooding and isolated flash flooding is possible Thursday late afternoon into Friday morning, July 9.
A flash flood watch may be needed later, said the National Weather Service.
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