A massive storm is hitting New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Maps show where the most damage is happening.

New York — A massive storm hit New York, New Jersey and Connecticut on Sunday.

The storms brought torrential rain, damaging winds, hail and conditions that could lead to tornado formation. Some areas are expected to receive 2 to 3 inches of rain which could lead to flash flooding.

A severe thunderstorm warning The order for New York City expired at 5:15 p.m. The rest of the tri-state area remains in place. severe thunderstorm warning By 7 p.m.

CBS New York

Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for Morris, Sussex and Warren counties in New Jersey, Fairfield and New Haven counties in Connecticut and Putnam County in New York, but have now expired.

A Flash Flood warning In effect in Fairfield, New Haven and Putnam counties until 5:45 p.m.

CBS New York

Early reports of damage also came from Dutchess, Sullivan and Ulster counties. High winds knocked down trees in Fishkill, Dutchess, closing Route 82 at Lomala Road.

Trees and wires were also downed at Lincoln Park, Napanoch and Lake Katrine in Ulster.

Red alert, heat warning and threat of heavy rain

CBS New York

A red Alert The curfew will remain in effect until Sunday night due to the threat of a severe storm. severe thunderstorm warning Issued for most of the region by 7 p.m.

CBS New York

A heat advisory The orders issued for Somerset, Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties expired Sunday at 7 p.m.

there is one high risk of acute flow through Sunday at all south-facing beaches in New York.

Timing the Storm

CBS New York

Sunday evening: Storms will be frequent and may produce damaging winds, hail, downpours, and even one or two isolated tornadoes. Due to the tropical air mass, the storms will be able to produce abundant rainfall, averaging around an inch in most areas, while isolated areas may receive totals between 2-3 inches. This could lead to flash flooding in some places.

CBS New York

whole night: After the storm tonight the skies will clear and the humidity will decrease.

CBS New York

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