Fri. Aug 19th, 2022

New YorkExtreme weather promoted the first ever flash flood emergency cautioning for New York City from the National Weather ServiceThe National Weather Service (NWS) has provided its first ever flash flood caution for the city of New York, as the remnants of Hurricane Ida brought heavy rain that flooded train lines and streets in Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey.Amid the downpour, the service said on Twitter, “this specific caution for NYC is the second time weve ever issued a Flash Flood Emergency (Its the very first one for NYC). The first time weve released a Flash Flood Emergency was for Northeast New Jersey an hour ago.”The storm eliminated one individual in New Jersey, according to the Washington Post.New York mayor Bill de Blasio stated a state of emergency soon prior to midnight on Wednesday, stating “Were enduring a historic weather occasion tonight with record breaking rain across the city, brutal flooding and unsafe conditions on our roadways.

New YorkExtreme weather promoted the very first ever flash flood emergency situation cautioning for New York City from the National Weather ServiceThe National Weather Service (NWS) has issued its very first ever flash flood warning for the city of New York, as the residues of Hurricane Ida brought heavy rain that flooded subway lines and streets in Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey.Amid the rainstorm, the service said on Twitter, “this specific caution for NYC is the second time weve ever provided a Flash Flood Emergency (Its the first one for NYC). The very first time weve issued a Flash Flood Emergency was for Northeast New Jersey an hour ago.”The storm eliminated one individual in New Jersey, according to the Washington Post.New York mayor Bill de Blasio stated a state of emergency situation quickly before midnight on Wednesday, saying “Were withstanding a historical weather condition event tonight with record breaking rain across the city, harsh flooding and harmful conditions on our roads.”De Blasio declared a state of emergency at about 11:30 pm and said thousands of New Yorkers had lost power.The NWS taped 3.15 inches of rain in Central Park in one hour, far surpassing the 1.94 inches that fell in one hour during Tropical Storm Henri on the night of 22 August, which was thought at the time to be the most ever tape-recorded in the park.Queens Boulevard in Maspeth/Corona is an actual river at the moment. Bus totally flooded driving through, multiple vehicles stuck in the water.

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