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Hot and humid air will stream northeast towards Central New York for the later half of the week. Highs should be into the low and mid 80s on Thursday and Friday, with dew points well into the 60s. This will make it feel like the upper 80s at times. Wednesday's front will be stalled out nearby. Combined with a couple of disturbances moving through, these factors will trigger afternoon thunderstorms in the hot and humid air. The details on these thunderstorms, including when they will be most widespread and how strong they could potentially become, will have to be worked out in the coming days. Above normal temperatures and unsettled weather will continue through the weekend and into the first days of June.