Thunderstorms move east, wind advisory remains in effect

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Severe thunderstorms that brought torrential rainfall and gusty winds have moved to the east of the Hudson Valley.

News 12 meteorologists say a tornado watch, which had been in effect in the early morning hours, has been canceled. However, a wind advisory remains in effect until 2 a.m. Tuesday. Gusts could hit up to 40 mph and could knock down tree branches and cause power outages.

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The wind is going to causes rough condition on the water as waves on the Long Island Sound could reach 5 feet, while they could reach 3 feet on the Hudson River.

While the main line of thundershowers has past, there is a chance for a scattered showers throughout the day. The bulk of the storms should clear the region by 9 a.m., and then expect partial clearing for the rest of the day with highs near 60 degrees.

Tuesday will see mainly sunny skies, and highs around 60 degrees.

Stay with News 12 for the latest weather information.

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