NEW YORK (AP) The National Weather Service said no rain fell Monday for parts of New York State as temperatures rose in the afternoon.
The storm warning was issued for the eastern parts of the state.
In Albany, the city has received a heavy rainfall advisory for Monday afternoon, with some parts of Albany receiving up to 3 inches of rain.
A thunderstorm warning was in effect for the area from 1 p.m. to 4 p.o.m., and for the Lower Hudson Valley from noon to 4:30 p.y.
The Weather Service says the storm will likely move inland over the New York City area, with heavy winds.
The weather service said heavy rain is possible in New York’s New York-New Jersey area and in parts of Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.
The forecast calls for wind gusts to reach up to 65 mph (100 kph) on some parts, with flash flooding and a heavy rain event possible.
It also calls for the risk of flash flooding in the Northeast, particularly in parts east of the Northeast Ridge and in northern New York and New Jersey.