Tropical Storm Henri is brewing off the coast of Extended Island and anticipated to keep on to wreak havoc throughout the Northeast ahead of generating its way to southern New England.
Henri appeared set to narrowly miss Prolonged Island in phrases of landfall and pass just off the suggestion by midday, according to Accuweather.
But the storm, which was downgraded from a Classification 1 hurricane early Sunday, has now drenched the Major Apple in rain and some flooding and is set to produce probably devastating ocean surges to coastal neighborhoods.
Late Saturday, Central Park noticed a record-breaking hour of rainfall, the most in much more than 150 decades, and early Sunday, motorists in Brooklyn have been pressured to abandon their cars and trucks and wade as a result of midsection-deep flooding as the storm edged closer to the five boroughs.
Henri is set to make landfall in Rhode Island by early Sunday afternoon and then stall in the vicinity of the Connecticut-New York border by night.