Early afternoon thunderstorms expected across region

Thunderstorms are expected to roll across the Hudson Valley early this afternoon. News 12 Meteorologist Nick Battista says it will continue to be hot and

Temperatures near 90 degrees are expected to last until Sunday.

Temperatures near 90 degrees are expected to last until Sunday. (7/7/16)

NYACK - Thunderstorms are expected to roll across the Hudson Valley early this afternoon.

News 12 Meteorologist Nick Battista says it will continue to be hot and humid today, and that storms could bring gusty winds and heavy downpours. The storms have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a flash flood watch for southern Westchester County from noon until 6 p.m. It has also been deemed a poor air quality day, and the young and elderly should take precautions and not stay outside for prolonged periods of time.

High temperatures are expected to be around 87 with “feels like” temperatures in the low 90s. Friday and Saturday are expected to be similar days with temperatures near 90 and with possible thunderstorms.

A cold front could come through this weekend and drop heat and humidity levels for Sunday.

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