Wind damage was mainly confined to Virginia, and some locations in PG County and Southern Maryland had some trees down as well. The service also warned of the possibility for isolated tornadoes on the edge of the storm.
We'll be between storms Thursday through Saturday.
Tuesday's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies with a high of 67 and a 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms after 7 a.m.
Meteorologist John Homenuk of New York Metroweather said severe thunderstorms and potentially strong wind gusts, large hail, risky lightning and "even a tornado or two" could develop later in the day in Pennsylvania and Southern New York.
The threat is most likely between 2 and 9 p.m. The threat for significant severe weather seems low yet this environment can produce wet micro bursts along with some hail.
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The powerful wind gusts came and went quickly this evening, but the rain will take longer to clear out of the Richmond area.
Power was knocked out in several parts of Fairfax County.
People are being urged to be aware of the changing weather conditions Monday.
Tuesday, we have to contend again with this troublesome frontal boundary. The Storm Prediction Center has placed our region square in the bull's eye of slight severe potential.
The front moving through tomorrow that will fire up these storms will also have much drier and cooler air behind it.