Remnants Of Nate To Impact New York Area Monday — ACCUWEATHER ALERT

Trevor Jackson
October 10, 2017

There is a potential of some localized street flooding, especially Monday afternoon into the Monday night. Rain will be widespread with some areas seeing occasional heavy rainfall amounts. By Thursday, we'll just see a chance of isolated showers.

That warm weather doesn't last, however, as we have 60s to around 70 for highs Wednesday, Thursday, and into the weekend. Therefore, Cape May should wind up with the least rain. But the state is not getting hit with a major storm.

Rain will be heavy at times this morning from Nate for everyone in CNY.

All eyes will be on what's left of Hurricane Nate, which made landfall at the mouth of the MS early Sunday evening with another landfall in southern MS before midnight. For outdoor interests and events on Columbus Day, I would plan on bringing the rain gear.

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Those heading outside will need the umbrella or a rain jacket. Several of the thunderstorms triggered tornado warnings from the National Weather Service, due to rotation in the storms.

The rain may cause minor flooding in urban areas with poor drainage, Stark added, but "nothing major". Daily high temperatures will remain above average, however, reaching the upper 70s and lower 80s.

The wind was not expected to be a problem, according to forecasters.

Highs top out in the middle 70s. After this front moves through, things will become much drier with fairly nice conditions. It will be a breezy day with winds out of the south between 10-15 miles per hour with occasional gusts to 30 miles per hour. The strongest gusts are more likely along the coast.

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