Strong Storms, Flooding Rains Possible for the Hudson Valley Friday Night
It looks like a repeat of Sunday night-early Monday's severe weather is a possibility late Friday night as another spring storm system is expected to move east.
The storms are currently bringing hitting parts of the South and Midwest with heavy rains, hail, and the threat for tornadoes.
NBC says that flash flooding could be possible - especially as we get into Saturday morning, as up to 2 and half inches of rain could drench parts of the region. Strong winds could also be a factor, as gusts could approach 30 to 40 m.p.h.
Monday morning's storms had been predicted as the last cold front moved through, though the strength of the storms caught a few people off guard. We were even under a Tornado Watch for several hours early Monday, as Hudson Valley Weather reports that some weak rotation was even detected over a few of the storms.
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