High wind warning in effect for Suffolk County through 6 am Monday

Trevor Jackson
October 30, 2017

This amount of rain in a short time may cause flooding in poor drainage and urban areas, as well as minor river rises - particularly in central and northern New Hampshire.

When: Sunday through Monday morning. It will be even more hard to judge the depth of water on a road at night than in the daytime.

It'll still be windy Monday morning, but the worst of the storm will have passed.

A Nor'easter is slated to bring heavy rain and strong winds to the city Sunday on the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.

We issued a First Alert Sunday into Monday ahead of the significant storm.

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Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a few showers. Our live weather coverage begins early on Monday kicking off at 4 a.m. on NBC Connecticut.

Winds out of the northwest are forecast from 20 to 35 miles per hour with gusts as high as 45 to 50 miles per hour at times.

About four to six inches for some areas in Jefferson County and central NY is possible by Tuesday evening. These conditions will continue to into much of Monday, along with daytime highs in the middle 50s to 60 degrees.

In addition to the wind there is also a Flash Flooding Threat.

The northern portion of Cayuga County is under the same flash flood watch as southern Cayuga. The heaviest weather is forecast for the early morning hours of Monday. "Street and stream flooding is likely due to the potential for 1"-3" statewide, with isolated 4" and 5" in some areas. Luckily the heaviest rain appears to stay to the west of CT impacting areas of Central Pennsylvania and Upstate New York. You can expect periods of rain tonight.

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