A flash flood warning continued Saturday afternoon for all of New York City and several surrounding counties, as severe thunderstorms whipped through the area.
A state of emergency has been declared in Freehold Township as thousands of utility customers in Central Jersey remained without power late on Sunday morning after a series of severe storms moved through the region.
Thousands of homes in the Tri-state area are without power Friday after intense thunderstorms moved through the region on Thursday.
There could be some temporary relief however from a few thunderstorms. However, what could be even more worrisome is a looming strike by Con Edison workers.
At one point, 20,000 Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) customers were without power. Con Edison had a few hundred customers without power in Westchester. Several outages were also reported in Connecticut and New Jersey.
As of Saturday afternoon, the Long Island Power Authority reported that 130 of its customers are without power, most of which reside in Hempstead, Oyster Bay and North Hempstead.
Wild and dangerous weather caused quite a scare in parts of the Tri-State on Friday, as thunderstorms left toppled trees and flooding in their wake.
Connecticut Light & Power said some 62,000 customers remained without power early Friday.Thousands of homes were also without power in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties.
Fog this morning will give way to cloudy skies and cooler temperatures.
Heavy downpours and lightning moved through the Tri-State Area Monday night.
Foggy conditions will continue through Monday night, along with evening rain and showers after midnight.
The US Open final will take place at 4 p.m. Monday, when the forecast calls for a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms.