Scattered thunderstorms may produce flash floods in the New York region late Wednesday and early Thursday, even as many communities are still reeling from the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, which killed at least 46 people across four states one week ago, the National Weather Service said . The scattered storms may produce heavy downpours, with a "marginal to slight risk" of flash flooding in northeast New Jersey, New York City, the Lower Hudson Valley and southwest Connecticut, the Weather Service said. The storms were expected to bring 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rain, although 2 to 2.25 inches were possible in a worst-case scenario, the Weather Service said. It noted that flooding was possible in urban areas and in communities where small rivers, streams and creeks were already swollen. Severe thunderstorms with damaging wind gusts were also possible and an isolated tornado "cannot be ruled out" north and west of New York City. New York City was expecting 0.75 inches to 1 inch of rain, with some areas possibly receiving 1.25 inches. "These systems are not forecast to be severe at this time, but please be prepared as conditions may change," the New York City Emergency… Read full this story
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