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Lines Of Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Area With Ping-Pong-Ball-Size Hail, 60 MPH Winds

A look at areas (in dark green) where the storm risk is highest.
A look at areas (in dark green) where the storm risk is highest. Photo Credit: National Weather Service

Several lines of scattered, severe thunderstorms are sweeping through the region from west to east.

One line is in New York City just before 6 p.m. Monday, July 6. Ping-pong-ball-size hail (of about 1.5 inches in diameter) and 60 miles-per-hour wind gusts have been reported.

The hail could injure people and animals, the National Weather Service warns. 

"Expect hail damage to roofs, siding, windows, and vehicles," the weather service said. "Expect wind damage to trees and power lines."

Other lines are potent storms have been reported west of the Hudson River in the area of I-84.

Storm activity is expected to wind down shortly after nightfall on Monday.

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