Strong winds through the tri-state warned of a storm late Sunday night and a handful of counties in New York City.
A tornado warning was issued through 9am for Putnam, Westchester, Bergen, Fairfield, Bronx, New York, a severe thunderstorm warning for New York City, Hudson Valley and northern New Jersey through 9:45 pm Was released.
An estimated 25,000 customers between Con Edison and PSEG were without electricity around 9pm
New York City and most surrounding areas were on alert shortly before 8 pm because of the first storms in the area.
Hurricane Team 4 would have seen a powerful cold front in a triangular state by Sunday evening. From that front it was expected to be capable of producing destructive wind gusts at speeds up to 60 mph.
The storm line runs from west to east and after entering the region around 6 pm, will move east from Long Island around 11 pm
New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley were kept under watch of strong thunderstorm until 2 am
One should prepare for the possibility of downed trees and power lines in the triangular state.