WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - The fireworks around Westchester County might get rained out this week as several rain storms make their way up the East Coast.
Thunderstorms are probable most days, the National Weather Service forecasts. And patchy fog might be seen Monday through 1 p.m. However, the chances of rain and thunderstorms will decrease as the week goes on.
According to Accuweather.com there is a potential for the thunderstorms to produce high winds that could knock down trees and power lines.
With already saturated grounds, flooding could also be possible.
Temperatures will be in the high 70's and mid 80's throughout the week. Humidity will still be high, though the rain could break it slightly.
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