Forecast: Heavy storms coming to Brooklyn Tuesday

Jul 18, 2018, 00:31
Forecast: Heavy storms coming to Brooklyn Tuesday

We could see highs hovering around 80 degrees!

We have another round of heat and very high humidity to start the work week and that will be followed by some potentially severe thunderstorms on Tuesday afternoon and evening.

A few thunderstorms may have strong wind gusts too. The chance of thunderstorms will continue until Thursday night, forecasters said. This will erode cloud cover and for temperatures to fall into the 60s for lows. There will be a chance for showers and storms.

Soggy end to the weekend; cooling off this work week

Comfortable conditions are expected for Wednesday through Friday, with daytime highs expected in the low 80s.

Tomorrow night: A few, late evening, showers/storms then clearing.

A strong cold front moving into ME will bring rain and potentially severe thunderstorms with flash flooding this afternoon.

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Thursday should see mostly sunny skies. Highs will be in the low 80s. Wednesday's high will be in the mid-80s.

Until storms arrive Tuesday, it's expected to be another hot and muggy day.

By Monday, we should be solidly in a warm, humid air mass.

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