By CBSNewYork Team

By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer

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Expect to see some shower popping up today as you get around. A strong line of storms will approach for the west and start to scrape at the western fringes by midday.

The line then slowly migrates across the tri-state making its way to Long Island early Friday morning. The Front takes its takes heading out to sea with lingering rain expected though Friday.

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Some of the storms will have the potential for flooding and strong winds. A Flood Watch is in effect for a good chunk of our area. A severe risk is possible as well. However, it’s more likely west of NYC.

The weekend is remarkably nicer with comfortable temps and sunny skies.

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CBSNewYork Team