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Last Updated: Monday, September 01, 2014 9:56:11 PM
 
Weather Advisories:  A FEW STRONG T'STORMS WITH HIGH WIND, HAIL, AND TORRENTIAL RAIN WILL BE POSSIBLE TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
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A Cold front and pre-frontal trough will move into the Northeast on Tuesday and Tuesday night clashing with the hot and humid air which is now in place. A broken line or line of downpours and t'storms is likely to form along one of the boundaries and move into eastern New York and western New England through the afternoon and evening on Tuesday. It appears sufficient instability and shear will be in place to support an isolated severe t'storm with damaging wind. Otherwise, t'storms with small hail and locally very heavy rain will be more common.
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Overnight:  Areas of low cloudiness and fog developing.
Warm.
Humid.
Wind: Light southerly
Sunrise:  6:21 AM
Low: 65-70
 
Tuesday:  Early morning low clouds and fog giving way to a mixture of hazy sunshine and clouds.
Hot and humid.
Dewpoints again ranging from 65-70.
Showers and t'storms moving into the region during the afternoon and evening.
A few strong storms with high wind and hail appear possible.
Wind: SSW 10-15 mph, gusty at times
Sunset: 7:28 PM
High: Upper 80s
 
Tuesday Night:  Areas of rain and t'storms through midnight, tapering off and ending after that.
Areas of fog.
Wind: Becoming westerly 5 mph
Low: Lower 60s
 
Wednesday:  Becoming mostly sunny.
Becoming less humid.
Dry.
Pleasant.
Wind: WNW 10-15 mph
High: Near 80
 
Thursday:  Mostly sunny.
Pleasant.
Warm.
High: Low 80s
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