The Capital Region may be inundated with heavy rain and strong winds beginning this morning and stretching through Monday as a massive storm hits much of the Northeast, according to the National Weather Service. When the wind is this gusty, it can make driving a little tricky, it can cause power outages and minor damage to property.
A Flash Flood Watch went into effect at noon and lasts until 6 a.m. Monday, as street and neighborhood flooding is likely. "Most flood deaths occur in vehicles". Winds inland are expected to be 25 to 35 miles per hour, with gusts potentially reaching 40 miles per hour or higher. Winds could gust to hurricane force from Westerly to Narragansett to Newport to New Bedford to Cape Cod.and all the coastal communities in between.
So far today, 0.91 inches of rain fell in Syracuse, the weather service reported.
A high wind warning is also in effect from 8 a.m.to 8 p.m. Monday.
There is an intense area of low pressure developing off the Mid-Atlantic Coastline and this will become very strong storm as it moves into Canada during the day on Monday.
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Conditions on eastern Long Island are expected to deteriorate as the winds pick up and the rain continues to fall Sunday evening.
CMP also reminds drivers to use caution when approaching utility crews.
There is the potential for 1 to 3 inches, with locally higher amounts possible.
Sunday's winds could break tree branches and down weaker trees, particularly those in saturated soils after recent rains. The Monday morning commute will be a mess. Temperatures falling to the lower 50s by late afternoon.
And Saturday should be partly sunny with a high near 60.