The Albany and Schenectady area is bracing for thunderstorms and a threat of hail Tuesday afternoon.
There is a chance of thunderstorms along with strong, gusty winds and hail starting around 2 p.m. throughout the Capital Region, according to the National Weather Service.
The thunderstorms could last through 8 p.m. with rain continuing to fall into the night. Temperatures will be warm and humid in the upper 70’s in the Adirondacks to lower 80’s in Albany.
Rain is forecasted to continue into Wednesday morning, with the sun expected to come out in the afternoon. Temperatures tomorrow will be a bit cooler in the mid to upper 60’s.
Winds and hail expected later this afternoon would not be as severe as last Thursday’s storm, the National Weather Service said. But, don’t forget an umbrella.