Storms sweep over Suffolk with ferocious winds, hail

Severe storms raked over parts of Long Island this afternoon, packing ferocious winds, hail, lightning and heavy rain.

News 12 Staff

Jun 29, 2019, 8:10 PM

Updated 1,794 days ago

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Severe storms raked over parts of Long Island this afternoon, packing ferocious winds, hail, lightning and heavy rain.
The National Weather Service confirmed that there is straight-line wind damage in parts of Suffolk County, but said that it sees no evidence of tornado rotation from today's storms.
The service had issued multiple severe thunderstorm warnings for swaths of Suffolk County through the day Sunday as fast-moving storms swept through.
 
Downed trees and branches have been reported in places like Commack and Dix Hills from earlier storms. And LIRR service was halted on multiple branches due to storm-related issues.
VIEWER VIDEO: Hail in East Marion by Tara J.
 
News 12 meteorologists say the worst of the storms have wrapped up this evening. Overnight hours will be partly cloudy and comfortable with low humidity. Lows will be in the 60s.
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Expect sunny skies and warm temps in the low-80s for the first day of July on Monday.
VIEWER VIDEO: Tree down - submitted by Janelle Olsen
 
VIEWER VIDEO - Wild Weather in Commack - Submitted by Jason Mauer
 
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