AccuWeather Forecast: Severe storms move through

NEW YORK (WABC) -- A flash flood watch is in effect through the overnight hours after some strong thunderstorms, remnants of Hurricane Barry, brought heavy downpours to the Tri-State area.

Flash flood warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings were also issued for parts of the area Wednesday night as the severe weather moved through.

The worst of the rain will taper off by Thursday morning, though there could still be some spot showers or isolated thunderstorms.

Click here for the latest watches and warnings from the National Weather Service.

Here's the 7-day forecast for the immediate New York City area.




Thursday
More storms possible from the remnants of Barry with a high of 83.

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Friday
Steamy and hot with a high of 91.

Saturday
Extremely hot and humid with a thunderstorm and high of 98.
Sunday
Sticky heat with a high of 97.

Monday
Showers and thunderstorms with a high of 87.

Tuesday
Finally a bit cooler with partly sunny skies and a high of 84.

Wednesday
Sunny and comfortable with a high of 82.

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Here's a look at the 7 Day AccuWeather forecast


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