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Warning of flash floods in New York and New Jersey from the first nor'easter of the season

Governors of New York and New Jersey declare states of emergency in view of heavy rainfall that could give rise to flash floods
The timing of the nor'easter is usually between September and April, and the first one of the season could bring heavy rainfall and flash floods with it. New York Governor Kathy Hochul and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy declared states of emergency. The prediction is for heavy rain of an inch within an hour that could lead to flash floods. The New York Governor explained that the declaration of a State of Emergency ensured the provision of necessary resources. These would be required to respond to the storm and take care of lives and properties from the floods. There could be disruption in travel and stranding of vehicles as well as drivers. Kathy Hochul has issued necessary instructions to emergency response teams. They might have to respond to situations of 3 to 5 inches of rain within the next couple of days. The New York City area could experience intense rain showers and thunderstorms accompanied by gusty winds. That is the feedback of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
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