After an active weather afternoon and evening, all watches and warnings for severe thunderstorms have ended.
A severe thunderstorm watch is issued to alert you to the possibility that thunderstorms containing damaging winds of 58 mph or higher and/or large hail of 1â?? in diameter or bigger may develop at some point during the next several hours. A watch does not mean severe weather is occurring. A warning is issued when severe weather is imminent.If your area has a severe thunderstorm watch, here is what you should do:-- Go about your normal activities, but be aware of the possibility of severe weather developing.-- Keep an eye on Interactive Doppler and Triple Doppler radars on CNYcentral.com.-- Keep your phone with your CNYcentral mobile app turned on so if warnings are issued you will know.-- Periodically check NBC-3, CBS-5 and CW-6 for updates on the weather and possible warnings.-- Plan how to get to a safe place quickly if a warning is issued for your area or if severe weather is observed where you are. Stay updated with this storm with these links: -- Interactive Doppler Radar -- Triple Doppler Radar-- Lightning Strikes -- Watches/Warnings (Make sure to hit the 'F5' key to refresh the page.) -- Follow CNY Central Meteorologists on Twitter If you see a severe weather, damaging winds, hail, or flooding, please let us know on Facebook or by e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.