Any time it gets this warm and humid during the summer, you know it's going to eventually storm.

Temperatures climbed into the 80s Saturday, with high humidity and dew points in the 60s. When it gets that humid, it gets very uncomfortable to be outside. Now, the weather might be changing over the next twenty four hours.

Meteorologists are saying the the eastern part of New York state could see severe thunderstorms by Monday afternoon, as a cold front moves in from the west. The Hudson Valley in particular, is at a fairly high risk of seeing bad weather early in the week.

Flooding rain, strong winds, and even a few possible tornadoes could happen across the are Monday.

We are under a Flash flood Watch until 4:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Temps should remain around 80 degrees with windy conditions and lower humidity by Tuesday.

Keep an eye on the weather. We'll keep you updated if any storms head our way!