Storms bring wet weather, lightning to Hudson Valley

Fast-moving storms brought wet weather and lightning to the Hudson Valley on Tuesday.

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NYACK - Fast-moving storms brought wet weather and lightning to the Hudson Valley on Tuesday.

The approach of a cold front from the west brought strong thunderstorms to the region, according to News 12 meteorologists.

After midnight, the threat of showers and storms was expected to end, followed by clearing skies toward daybreak, with overnight lows in the mid- and low-70s.

The front will pass through the Hudson Valley after sunrise on Wednesday, allowing for somewhat less oppressive conditions for the remainder of the week. However, it will be unseasonably warm to hot, with highs well into the 80s to around 90.

It should also be mainly dry, with a possible brief shower or thunderstorm on Thursday night.

The weekend looks moderately warm and humid, with a chance of scattered showers late Sunday.

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