NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The stormy weather that marched through the region Tuesday afternoon will continue to drench the Tri-State Area through early Wednesday evening.
Remnants of Hurricane Isaac brought downpours to parts of the area and the situation isn’t expected to change for a while.
CBS 2’s Lonnie Quinn said to expect isolated spots with downpours early Wednesday morning. The rain will continue to stick around throughout the day, although it won’t be as heavy in the evening, Quinn added.
Earlier, tornado warnings were issued for East Central Burlington and Southern Ocean counties in New Jersey. It expired at 3:45 p.m. They were also issued for Sussex and Warren counties Tuesday night before expiring around 10:45 p.m.
The area is expected to dry out on Thursday and Friday.
Severe Weather Watches And Warnings:
Flash Flood Warning in NJ: Sussex
Areal Flood Warning in NJ: Northwestern Burlington
Areal Flood Advisory in NJ: Sussex
Areal Flood Advisory : Orange
Areal Flood Advisory in PA: Pike