The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Rob Lindenmuth and Kevin Appleby.

Scattered thunderstorms, some of which turned severe, moved through the Capital Region this afternoon. There are reports of damage and power outages, particularly with one storm that moved through Southern Saratoga County.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch remains in effect for our NY Counties until 9 PM. We continue to track a bowing segment that moved through the Binghamton area earlier. The northern edge of this segment has the best chance of producing some more damaging wind gusts by the time it reaches the Capital Region.

A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for our NY Counties, with the main concerns being damaging wind gusts and some small hail. Heavy rain and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning are also occurring with these storms, with localized flash flooding being a possibility.

Ahead of these storms, the heat and humidity continued to dominate. The Albany Airport has recorded a high temperature of 93. Looking ahead to Friday, while still muggy, temperatures won’t be as high as they’ve been over the past three days, with low to mid 80s expected for much of the region.

Tomorrow, while we don’t expect the storms to be as widespread, any storms that develop will be in a very favorable environment once again. The Storm Prediction Center once again has placed us in a Level 2/5 Slight Risk for severe storms. Isolated damaging wind gusts and some hail are possible.

With a stalled boundary on top of us, Saturday once again features the chance for a stronger thunderstorm or two in the afternoon hours. Gusty winds are possible once again.

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