Latest Timeline, Expectations for Wednesday’s Storm Threat

Spring's unsettled weather just won't quit.

After a month where four nor'easters hit the region, including one after the start of the season, and the most significant April snowstorm in the region in 36 years on Monday, a band of heavy showers are expected to move through the tri-state Wednesday.

Here's what to expect from Wednesday's storms.

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Tornoado and flash flooding threats are low but damaging hail, winds and heavy rain and lightning threats are moderate.
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Wednesday's weather will be a gusty and a wet one.
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As dense fog settles in, much of the tri-state will have poor visibility.
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Parts of the tri-state, especially south of NYC, could see some severe thunderstorms on Wednesday.
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Your 12-hour planner around Wednesday's storm.
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Rain picks up late morning around the tri-state.
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Severe storms could move across New Jersey around noon.
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Thunderstorms could approach NYC soon after noon.
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NYC will see heavy rain push in around 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
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Downpours will rolls into Long Island just ahead of Wednesday's evening commute.
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By 4 p.m., the storms push out of the region.
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It remains gusty through Wednesday night.
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Your 10-day forecast calls for rain and sunshine.
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