A hot summer pattern can bring with it the threat for T-Storms… and this afternoon, that’s what we’ll see.
The entire Hudson Valley is in a “Slight Risk” for severe weather, where damaging wind gusts over 60mph are possible, as well as large hail, and possibly even a stray tornado. There is a roughly 15% chance of severe weather occurring within 30 miles of your location… and a 2% chance of a tornado spinning up. Here’s the simulated radar for the event:
Futurecast Radar: 12pm Friday – 6am Saturday
We could see a few pop up T-storms between 3pm and 8pm on Friday… those could be locally severe, with gusts over 60mph possible. But a line of storms will push in between 7pm and 11pm from west to east… so make sure you’re on your guard this afternoon and evening.