We're keeping our eye on the storm.

Tropical Storm Isaias is making landfall up the east coast, which means the Hudson Valley can expect to feel some of the effects.

We'll be keeping an eye on our local weather sources for updates. Meteorologist Ben Noll is reporting that the Hudson Valley will start seeing remnants of the Tropical Storm around 2 pm on Tuesday, August 4th. Noll said in a Facebook post " if you can, be off the roads by 2 pm."

Noll suggests that if you have any loose items outdoors to bring them in as Tropical Storm Isaias could possibly bring wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour.

You can get more on Ben's take on Tropical Storm Isaias by following along with him on social media and his Facebook page below:

https://www.facebook.com/BenNollWeather/?__tn__=kCH-R&eid=ARAc2kXtYwxc1LhgjwVMLJg1qtmx_arsSiTsgqDQ614DobwkTdW5Zq7f_ZoRjS63C7ZSYmES3b7k4Jg7&hc_ref=ARQMyP4FbydGMJi9DimiX0atgUhiiccwF7xqwBkG62e1xu519u0dXj9QO_GMJUmFoec&fref=nf

Hudson Valley Weather is reporting a Flash Flood Watch will be in effect starting at 8 am on Tuesday and lasting until 8 am Wednesday.

Flash Flood Watches occur when "heavy rainfall rates have the potential to cause localized flash flooding in urban, poor drainage and low lying areas" according to Hudson Valley Weather. They are also reporting that the Hudson Valley can expect a  of 2 to 4 inches of rain and "isolated amounts up to 6 inches."  We may see an inch of rain per hour starting late Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night.

To stay up to date with the weather around the Hudson Valley and Tropical Storm Isaias keep The Wolf Mobile App handy by turning on weather alerts.