DISCUSSION: Though the primary threat for severe thunderstorms capable of producing strong winds as well as some marginally severe-threshold hail, there does remain to be a marginal threat for strong to border-line severe storms this evening as a slow-moving cold front continues moving east towards the NY/NJ/CT coastline! However, at this time, there still remains to be a few strong showers with embedded thunderstorms slowly moving through the heart of New York City and the rest of the five boroughs region. As some of these stronger cells enter Western Long Island, they will likely weaken as a result of the embedded thunderstorms ingesting the cooler marine air being provided by the close presence of the Western Atlantic Ocean. Hence, the primary threat for the remainder of the night appears to be heavy rain and some rumbles of thunder in isolated spots. To learn more about high-impact weather events from across the United States, be sure to click here!