Wind and Flood Warning – January 23

Tuesday Jan 24

Residual minor Coastal Flooding expected for Southern Nassau County into early afternoon.

Monday Jan 23

Winds are expected to reach 30-40mph with gusts up to 60mph, with the strongest wins expected in the afternoon into this evening. These winds will blow down trees and power lines, making travel difficult.

The Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect along the South Shore of Long Island during high tide. Residents should take all necessary precautions to protect their homes against rising water levels.

Sunday Jan 22

The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for Nassau and Suffolk Counties in effect from 1am Monday to 1am Tuesday the 24th.

Winds could reach 30-40mph with gusts reaching 60-70mph, with the strongest winds expected Monday afternoon and evening.

There is also a Coastal Flood Warning along the South Shore of Long Island for Monday evening.

Learn more about how to prepare for Wind and Floods.

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