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PIX11 radar shows fast-moving storm over much of the tri-state area and Pennsylvania.

NEW JERSEY – The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning Tuesday for parts of New York and New Jersey.

The potentially dangerous, damaging systems could bring winds over 60 mph, heavy rain and flooding.

The line of storms spotted on the Doppler radar are headed toward Brooklyn and Queens in New York City.  Kennedy Airport, Howard Beach, Canarsie, Crown Heights, Flatbush, Forest Hills, Woodside and Greenpoint neighborhoods may all get severe weather.  That weather advisory is in effect until 3:00 p.m.

A severe thunderstorm advisory is also in effect for:

South Jersey: Camden, Gloucester, Atlantic, East Central Salem, Southern Ocean, Burlington  and Cumberland Counties.

Mercer County in Central New Jersey and Hunterdon County in Northwestern New Jersey.

In Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Montgomery, Eastern Delaware and Bucks Counties.

The fast-moving storms may flood low-lying areas and break windows. People are advised not to drive over submerged roads and to move to an interior room on the  lowest level of their home.

The advisory is in effect until 2:45 p.m.