NEW YORK – An incoming storm is expected to cause heavy rain, lashing winds and flooding in the Tri-State region.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned the New Yorkers to prepare for Saturday from Sunday to thunderstorms.
Heavy rainfall can lead to flash floods, especially with clogged storm discharges, eroded passages and washed-out gravel roads
"With a warm When the front moves this evening, storms can appear quickly and without much attention and I challenge the New Yorkers Keeping an eye on local weather forecasts to bring themselves and their families to safety, "Governor Cuomo said. "All residents, especially those near the coast or in areas where flash floods are likely, should limit unnecessary rains in heavy rains and set up a contingency plan before the storm."
There is also a high current spike risk According to the National Weather Service
thunderstorms and showers are expected to continue until Monday evening, the NWS said.
In the week of work a blocking pattern in which a large high-pressure area played out the coast will cause a traffic jam.
As a result, a disturbance in the West will bring the risk of showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon with hot and humid temperatures.
How to Prepare for Flood and Heavy Weather:
- Know the county you live in and the names of nearby towns. Severe weather warnings are issued at provincial level.
- Learn the safest way from your home or business to high, secure ground, should you need to be in a hurry.
- Develop and practice a "family escape plan" and identify a meeting place when family members are separated.
- Create a detailed list of all valuables, including furnishings, clothing and other personal property. Keep the list in a safe place.
- Store emergency care with canned foods, medicines and first aid supplies and drinking water. Store drinking water in clean, closed containers
- Plan what to do with your pets.
- Have a portable radio, flashlights, extra batteries, and emergency cooking equipment ready.
- Keep your car fueled. When power is removed, gas stations may be unable to pump fuel for several days. Have a small emergency kit in the trunk of your car.
- Find out how many meters your property is above and below possible high water levels. When predicted flooding values are sent, you can determine if they are flooded.
- Have materials such as sandbags, plywood, plastic sheeting and timber ready for emergency waterproofing.
- Have emergency supplies at hand, including:
- Flashlight and auxiliary batteries
- Battery operated radio and auxiliary batteries
- First aid kit and manual
- Emergency food and water
- Non-electric can opener
- Essential medicine  Checkbook, cash, credit cards, bank cards
PIX11 News & # 39; Mr. G, Andrew Cruz and Craig Allen have contributed to this report.