AccuWeather: Rainy Tuesday after a night of storm warnings

AccuWeather forecast for NYC, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
NEW YORK (WABC) -- After Severe Thunderstorm Warnings moved across the area on Monday night, Tuesday will be rainy with cooler temperatures.

On Monday night, a Tornado Warning was issued for Bergen County, Rockland County, and Westchester County. This warning has expired.

There are currently no reports of damage, but video captures intense lightning:

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As for Claudette, rip currents are the primary concern for our area as the tropical storm moves out to sea well to the south of the area.

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Showers around with a high of 75.

Back to beautiful with a high of 76.

Gorgeous again with a high of 78.

More clouds with a high of 77.

More humid with a high of 82.

Possible thunderstorm. High of 83.

PM chance of storms with a high of 84.


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