Severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday across much of Upstate New York, southward through the Ohio Valley, accompanied mainly by the risk for potentially damaging wind gusts. In association with the deepening surface cyclone, a notable cold front is forecast to advance eastward and southward through much of
the Northeast, Ohio and Tennessee Valleys and south central Plains by the end of the period. Forcing for ascent and destabilization along and ahead of this feature may support considerable thunderstorm activity Tuesday through Tuesday night, at least some of which probably will be accompanied by a risk for severe weather.
You can expect a repeat of Saturday depending on how stable the atmosphere remains from now until Tuesday morning. The probability for any tornadoes remains low, but cannot be ruled out in some areas. Be sure to stay up to date with your local radar and news station if you do not have a smartphone or weather radio. Any updates will be posted if there are changes.