According to the National Weather Service, a large cluster
of thunderstorms are expected to develop over wester Great
Lakes this evening then travel southeast into
portions of Western and North Central New York late tonight.
It is possible these storms may form into a squall line with
the potential for damaging winds. Although there remains
uncertainty about the exact track storms will take.


According to the National Weather Service, a large cluster of thunderstorms are expected to develop over wester Great Lakes this evening then travel southeast into portions of Western and North Central New York late tonight. It is possible these storms may form into a squall line with the potential for damaging winds. Although there remains uncertainty about the exact track storms will take.

A large cluster of storms may produce damaging winds
Thursday morning before exiting the area.

The National Weather Service also stated that additional scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop Thursday afternoon and evening as a cold front moves slowly south across the region. Some of these storms may be severe with large hail and damaging winds.Depending on the exact timing and placement of the cold front, severe weather may become widespread from the Southern Tier into portions of the Finger Lakes and Central New York.