STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — “The worst of the storm” will be approaching New York City soon, says AccuWeather meteorologist Max Gawryla. A storm with heavy rain and damaging winds is expected to reach Staten Island on Monday night, with the worst showers forecast to soak the borough between midnight and 4 a.m.
New York Post
The tri-state area could see four or more inches of rain Monday night into Tuesday, potentially pummeling the area with another round of flash flooding, New York officials warned. Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency through Wednesday for New York City, its suburbs and other parts of the...
NYC weather: Heavy rain on its way Monday; residents should ‘be prepared’ for flooding, forecast says
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Bouts of heavy rainfall are forecast through Tuesday afternoon on Staten Island, prompting a flood watch by the National Weather Service. According to the emergency notification, “You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.”. The watch takes...
NBC New York
Potentially severe thunderstorms are expected to develop Monday night into Tuesday, with the worst weather in the overnight hours; periods of rain should linger throughout the day Tuesday, though. Much of the area could see 3-5 inches of rain is possible across much of our area -- rain levels the...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Thanks to the weather phenomenon known as La Nina, the nation’s climate experts are predicting a mild winter for New York City. Staten Island, along with most of the eastern and southern United States, could be blessed with “above average temperatures” from December through February, according to the 2021 Winter Outlook issued by the Climate Prediction Center of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Following the storm damage in New York City from Hurricane Ida, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced steps the city would be taking to improve preparedness. The Extreme Weather Task Force, formed after Ida, issued recommendations on preparing for and responding to major storms. The New Normal: Combating Storm Related Extreme Weather in New York City, lays out the city’s plans to prepare for and respond to dangerous storms. The mayor described the report in a Sept. 27 press event as “a real playbook, real game plan for how we're going to address extreme weather.”
A flash flood watch is in effect for New York City from 8 p.m. on Monday through Tuesday at 5 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, and New York City Emergency Management has issued a travel advisory. Total rainfall through Tuesday evening is expected to be between two and five inches, with a rainfall rate of 0.25-0.5 inch an hour, though the rate could climb to 1 inch an hour. It may continue through Wednesday.
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Torrential downpours and gusty winds are on the way as the city braces for the first nor’easter of the season. Flood watches have been posted for the entire region. Long Island and the Connecticut shoreline has been issued a coastal flood advisory. Plus, a wind advisory has been posted for Eastern Long Island.
Governor Hochul Directs State Agencies to Prepare Emergency Response Assets as Heavy Rain Will Threaten Parts of State Through Wednesday
Two Rounds of Heavy Rain Forecast for Parts of New York City, Long Island and Mid-Hudson Beginning Monday Night and Continuing Through Wednesday Morning. Some Areas Could Receive Four or More Inches of Rain Over the Multi-Day Rain Event. High Winds Could Cause Downed Trees and Power Lines, and Combination...
Torrential downpours and gusty winds walloped the tri-state area on Tuesday, forcing many schools to take precautions. See the full forecast from Byron Miranda here Here’s PIX11’s list of school closings and delays so far: New Jersey Rutgers University transitioned to remote learning Paterson public schools closed Tuesday North Bergen schools closed Tuesday Passaic public […]
NBC New York
Isolated severe weather threatens the tri-state area again Tuesday with thunderstorms and damaging winds possible. Flash flooding is not expected with these storms, which could fire up later in the afternoon and evening hours mainly in NYC and spots south of the city. Tuesday's temperatures remain in the mid-70s but...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y — Showers and possible thunderstorms are expected to roll through Staten Island Saturday, with rain forecasted to potentially stick around Sunday, according to AccuWeather. For Saturday, showers are anticipated to begin sometime around 5 p.m. Earlier in the day, though, it will be mostly sunny with a...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Grab your umbrellas. A flash flood watch is in effect for New York City, including Staten Island, from Monday evening through Tuesday afternoon due to a coastal storm, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The NWS said a rapidly developed low-pressure system south of Long...
Good morning! We’re certainly not looking at a pretty day today, but it won’t be raining from start to finish either. Temps are in the upper 50s and low 60s waking up with cloudy skies. There are a few scattered showers and some drizzle, so grab the umbrella… and keep it handy all day. Expect on/off rain, especially south and east of NYC. As a system passes by off the coast, the heaviest rain stays offshore. We’re looking at mainly light to moderate showers. If you’re farther inland to the N&W, you may not see much rain at all.
Over $2.7 billion in new and accelerated funding pledged to support report’s recommendations. NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio today released “The New Normal: Combatting Storm-Related Extreme Weather in New York City,” a landmark report that provides New York City with a new blueprint to prepare for and respond to extreme weather. The report was delivered to the mayor by the Extreme Weather Response Task Force, a top-level convening of senior leaders across City agencies, along with outside experts on climate change and resiliency, directed to compile a new set of protocols and policies to protect New Yorkers from future storms like Hurricane Ida.
Two storm systems are expected to merge into one strong coastal storm in the northern Atlantic overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, bringing periods of heavy rain, gusty winds and flash flooding threats to the New Jersey region. Forecasters say the coastal storm will likely be classified as a nor’easter —...
Syracuse, N.Y. — The season’s first sort-of snow has popped up in the weekend forecasts for Upstate New York. “Some wet snowflakes may mix in at the higher elevations during the overnight periods,” the National Weather Service office in Binghamton said Tuesday. It won’t be enough to measure — it...