It’ll be wet and windy through Friday with rain heavy at times and possible thunderstorms in spots. A wind advisory is also in effect until 2 p.m. Friday in coastal Connecticut and Long Island.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 p.m. Wednesday until 6 p.m. Thursday for parts of Conn., northeastern New Jersey, New York City and western and central Long Island.
A wind advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. Thursday for parts of New Jersey, New York City, Nassau County and parts of Connecticut. That means sustained winds of 30 to 39 mph or gusts of 46 to 57 mph through the afternoon hours.
The overnight hours into Thursday were shaping up to be very wet and very windy. Predicted heavy rain and wind after midnight prompted watches and warnings around the Tri-State Area.
Winter got off to a wet and windy start across the Tri-State area Friday, causing power outages, flooding roads and delaying holiday travelers.
Thousands were left without power after heavy rains and wind gusts knocked down trees and flooded roads on Tuesday.
Thousands of outages have been reported around the area, mostly in Connecticut, Long Island and Morris, Monmouth and Ocean counties in New Jersey.
Debris blocked two lanes of the westbound BQE, causing gridlock for miles.
Tri-State area residents are bracing for more wild weather a day after high winds knocked out power for thousands of residents and heavy downpours flooded some roadways.
The National Weather Service issued areal flood warnings for counties throughout the Tri-State. These alerts are issued when flooding is either occurring or is imminent.
The high winds slowly diminished and temperatures started to tumble as Friday night turned into Saturday. Earlier in the day, the Tri-State Area was hammered by heavy rain and wind gusts up to 60 mph.
The tree fell on the house Saturday while the family was on vacation in South Carolina.
A Long Island home was destroyed but five lives and five pets were saved — because of a man who was just driving by.
Friday night, a dangerous tangle of power lines, a crushed gate, and carved up tree limbs blocked the front door of a home on 215th street in Hollis, Queens.
Conditions will be messy, courtesy of a low pressure system that will track its way north and east.
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