Stormy evening expected across the Bronx

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Stormy weather is possible across the Bronx this afternoon.

News 12 meteorologists say people should expect hot and humid conditions. Highs will be in the upper-80s but it may feel closer to the mid-90s at times. A heat advisory is in effect across the entire city for both Wednesday and Thursday. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, with storms likely any time during the afternoon and evening (through as late as 9 p.m.)

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There is a chance that storms could turn severe - which would bring the threat of flash-flooding and damaging wind gusts. While chances are small, severe storms are always capable of producing hail and/or a weak tornado as well.

Thursday will also feature a chance of storms, but this will be more of an evening or night threat. Skies will be mostly sunny up until that point. It will once again be hot and humid with highs near 90 degrees.

A big cool down is expected for Friday and the weekend. Clouds or a morning shower will give way to some sunshine on Friday, with afternoon highs dropping all the way to the upper-70s. It will also be much less humid. The weekend is looking good with lots of sunshine and similar temperatures.

Stay with News 12 for the latest weather information.

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