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Storm System Over Schenectady County Now and Heading Into Albany

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This storm system is producing high winds and has the potential for golf ball size hail which was actually reported in the Lake George region earlier this afternoon. It is now moving through Schenectady County and into Albany County. The 1077 ‘GNA studios in Schenectady are receiving heavy rains, and high winds at about 50 miles per hour. Cloud to ground lightning is also a by product of the fast moving and extremely strong system. The WGNA listening ares remains under a tornado watch through 9pm tonight. More weather details and radar of the storm here.

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