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Storms march east after bringing heavy rain, strong winds to FLX


The National Weather Service is following a line of strong to severe thunderstorms, which is marching through the Finger Lakes. Some of these storms are capable of producing small hail, damaging winds, and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning.

If you’re in the path of these storms – take shelter immediately. Additional scattered thunderstorms are possible the remainder of the afternoon – even after this line passes.

In addition to several warnings, which are active now – the National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for all counties east of Wayne, Ontario, and Yates counties in the Finger Lakes.

Check out the latest radar feed at the bottom of this story, or at the Weather Center.


Morning Report

Some fairly widespread showers and thunderstorms will roll through the Finger Lakes again on Thursday. After two consecutive days of showers and storms – some heavier than others – the trend will continue on Thursday.

That said it will come to an end when the sun sets this evening. It will setup for a gorgeous weekend here in the Finger Lakes.

In the meantime, the National Weather Service has a Lakeshore Flood Warning active for several counties along the Lake Ontario shoreline. While water levels have come down – conditions will be ripe for additional flooding along the shoreline today.

Once again this afternoon – thunderstorms that develop could deliver heavy rain, strong winds, and frequent lightning. Keep an eye to the sky throughout the day – especially if your plans take you outdoors.

Follow the Weather Center for the latest.


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