According to the National Weather Service, the time frame for the first system is the evening of Thursday, July 13 to Friday, July 14, when the frontal system will approach.

Rainfall is likely to be about 1 inch, with localized higher amounts of about 2 inches.

“The strongest thunderstorms for this period are also likely to produce damaging wind gusts,” according to the weather service.

This storm pattern is expected to continue through Tuesday, July 18.

“While it’s unlikely that the exact same conditions that caused 5 to 10 inches of rainfall and higher amounts from parts of Pennsylvania to eastern New York and parts of Vermont,” According to“Multiple small-scale events with overlapping rainfall are likely to occur in the Northeast over approximately six days from Thursday to next Tuesday.”

Before the first system arrives, Wednesday, July 12 will be mostly sunny and humid with highs in the 90s.

Thursday will be sunny, hot and humid, with temperatures in the mid-90s again.

The first round of storms is expected to develop overnight and continue through Friday. Some storms can be violent at times.

It will be cloudy all day Friday with temperatures below 80 degrees.

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