Sunday Afternoon Discussion: T-Storms Flaring Up

The heat and humidity are building across the region, and the atmospheric instability is leading to scattered showers and thunderstorms popping up on radar.

Regional Radar Loop: 12:50pm – 2:20pm

Temperatures across the Hudson Valley are in the upper 70s to low 80s, and dew points are in the upper 60s in general. That’s providing a lot of fuel for these storms to blossom, and we’re seeing that on the latest radar. Look at how over the last hour and a half, the storms have increased in number and intensity.

These storms could contain heavy downpours, lightning and gusty winds as they move from west to east. There is a slight chance of one or two storms becoming severe… but it’s roughly 5% or less that a severe storm occurs within 30 miles of your location. But we can’t completely rule out a damaging wind gust within one of these storms.

Futurecast Radar: 12pm Sunday – 6am Monday

They will be hit or miss, and the threat will last through sunset across the region. So for the rest of the day, you’ll want to keep an eye on the radar, as a shower or thunderstorm could certainly play a factor into your afternoon plans. We’ll try to share updates as well. But despite the weather… we hope you have a wonderful afternoon!

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