As if the destructive storms that ripped through the area in June, and the unbearable heat and humidity that's been beating down on the Hudson Valley over the past few days wasn't enough, there's more potentially dangerous weather incoming over the next several days.


The forecast for the latter part of the week isn't looking so great, and according to Governor Hochul, has the potential to be quite dangerous.

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Hochul Says Prepare For Hazardous Conditions

Although Beryl hit Texas as Category 1 storm on Monday, the aftermath appears that it will impact the Hudson Valley later on this week, bringing heavy rainfall and thunderstorms to the area.


Governor Hochul's Office, in a statement released Monday afternoon, warned of the impact that the storms and rain associated with Hurrican Beryl could have on the area between Tuesday and Thursday, July 9th through 11th.

Urging residents to stay on top of local forecasts, she reinforced that due to the thunderstorms and heavy rainfall, there could be some isolated instances of flash flooding to be aware of.

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Although the National Weather Service has the air quality alert for much of the Hudson Valley expiring Monday evening (July 8th), there is the potential for additional warnings to be issued later on in the week, Hochul shared.

Heat waves can be dangerous — I encourage New Yorkers to take precautions necessary to stay safe during this extreme heat, Keep an eye on your local forecast, stay hydrated and postpone outdoor activity if possible.

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For additional information on the potential for incoming hazardous weather, plus tips on how to combat the extreme heat, read the Governor's full press release here.

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