Listen: Westchester County, John Eliot, Westchester discussed on Scott Shannon in the Morning
"The latest John Eliot forecast in front of me. Pouring out there. And it does say some left over rain and fog, but it. Born right now as morning, leftover rain, but I know there's a lot of precipitation the area. So you don't know what it's gonna come down. Again, expect you to be a Swamy. Also, here's the deal rain. The worst of the rain is east of the city. You get this little batch in the city, which is small potatoes compared to central Suffolk all the way out to Montauk where there's a lot of thunder and lightning thrown in the mix as well. That's a feature this morning risk of some localized flooding. The problem with the flooding right now is the residual flooding from the four to seven and a half inches. We saw in Westchester county and Connecticut yesterday and then a break mid day. Which is he's instability showers, then this afternoon, we'll really it's this evening where we see a line of showers with embedded thunderstorms could see fifty to sixty mile an hour winds with these storms tonight. So with recent rainy mindful of the risk of trees being knocked down and all kinds of problems with that high today eighty one feels like August, calm things down Thursday rain is back Friday showers and then the weekend shapes up. Seventy-three right now. That's two degrees. Warmer than it should be in the afternoon. Eighty-one? Stormy degrees later today. Wow. It is coming down. That's gotta be short. Stay a thankfully, the feature this morning. These are this leftover showers. You know, what happened yesterday we had a warm front, and then it was a stationary front. It was stationary over interstate ninety five it just set up and it road up through like say Bayonne that got four and a half inches in Jersey City up into Westchester county. Even Totowa got seven inches of rain, and then through Westchester and Fairfield."