By CBSNewYork Team

By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer

We are starting to see some rain on the western fringes of our area. There is a Flash Flood Warning in Hunterdon County until 4:30 a.m. Thursday. They’ve seen a radar estimated 1-1.5+ inches of rain. Likely some minor flooding is occurring. Nothing like last week obviously, but insult to injury.

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Rain is approaching other areas of New Jersey, and now it looks more likely that rain will linger Thursday and another round affects Long Island later in the day.

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The tornado risk has been reduced, and overall rainfall remains around .5-1 inch.

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The storm has produced downed trees and some flooding in Pennsylvania, but it is weakening quite a bit as it treks east. Again, not a huge system, but well west could get some damage.

CBSNewYork Team