US National Weather Service New York NY said a few storms are still possible overnight north and west of the city. Another round of strong storms is possible Tuesday, July 8 as a cold front approaches from the west. It will also be hot and humid with a high risk for rip currents. Be careful in the ocean with strong currents possible.
[UPDATED 8:47 p.m.]
All warnings have now expired. Storms are weakening as they move across eastern New Haven County and northwest Middlesex County CT. There could still be some gusty winds, heavy rain, and dangerous lightning.
[UPDATED 8:11 p.m.]
The widespread wind damage across the Lower Hudson Valley has prompted a new SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING for northeastern Fairfield county and northern New Haven County in Connecticut until 8:45 p.m. Seek safe shelter immediately!
[UPDATED 7:27 p.m.]
The National Weather Service is telling Putnam County residents to seek shelter from the dangerous coming storms immediately! They report that the storms that passed through Orange County and brought down several trees and power lines in the towns of Walden and Newburgh. A tree has fallen through a roof in Montgomery.
The National Weather Service has issued a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING for Putnam and Orange Counties until 7:45 p.m. Monday, July 7, 2014. Damaging winds in excess of 60 miles per hour are possible with this incoming storm. Dangerous lightning will also occur. The National Weather Service warns to seek safe shelter immediately and notify friends and neighbors.