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National Weather Service: Low Potential For Isolated Tornado Southeast Of Lake Ontario

The sun will break through for a bit later this afternoon. However, another cold front is expected to push through early tonight that could touch off some isolated thunderstorms.

After the storms move out it wall be very breezy. Winds could gust to more than 30 mph overnight.

According to the National Weather Service:
STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH DAMAGING WINDS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL ARE POSSIBLE BY LATE THIS AFTERNOON.

ANY CLEARING TODAY COUPLED WITH DAYTIME HEATING MAY BRING STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. THE POTENTIAL FOR THE STRONGEST STORMS WILL BE ACROSS THE SOUTHERN TIER, FINGER LAKES REGION AND EASTWARD TOWARD THE SOUTHERN TUG HILL REGION.
THERE IS A LOW POTENTIAL FOR AN ISOLATED TORNADO FOR LOCATIONS SOUTHEAST OF LAKE ONTARIO.