Threat for Hurricane Conditions Ended

What a difference a day makes! Looks like we are all clear of Hurricane Henri (in our neck of the woods).

Current Headlines (courtesy of NWS):

 Tropical Storm Warning for all of Long Island and S CT, and Westchester

 Storm Surge Warnings continue for N Queens and Bronx and northern and eastern portions of Long Island, S Westchester, and S Ct.

What has changed?

 Tropical Storm Warnings dropped for NYC and NJ

 Hurricane Warnings downgraded to Tropical Storm Warnings

 Storm Surge Watch for SW LI cancelled

 Henri has weakened to a tropical storm with landfall expected to be across Rhode Island by early afternoon.

 The threat for hurricane conditions has ended, with tropical storm conditions still expected for CT and LI.

 Flood Watch for the entire area has been extended through Monday evening.

 Minor to locally moderate main stem river flooding across northeastern NJ, Lower Hudson valley and southwestern CT is possible.

Tropical Storm Henri is expected to make landfall in Rhode Island early this afternoon and continue northeast into CT while weakening into this evening.

 Dangerous marine, rip current, and high surf conditions through tonight

 Flooding rainfall threat for the entire region through Monday.

 Damaging winds for far eastern portions of the area.

 Moderate to locally major storm surge for portions of the coast

View the complete weather briefing HERE.


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