Another commuting nightmare for the Hudson Valley

Flood watches and warnings are once again in effect for much of the Hudson Valley.

The rain is causing closures on numerous area parkways, creating a commuting nightmare and the storm is being blamed for damage across Westchester County.

Rye police are asking people living in the neighborhood of Indian Village to begin evacuating and moving vehicles to higher ground. They say the Blind Brook has risen over the top of the Bowman Avenue Dam, causing the street flooding.

In Larchmont, cars were submerged by floodwaters on Pinebrook Drive.

In New Rochelle, police have shut down Stratton Road and Kewanee Road because of severe flooding.

Also in Yonkers, a tree fell and crushed an SUV on Brendan Hill and Old Army roads. The tree not only destroyed the SUV, but it also took down power lines, causing power outages for several homes.

News 12 Weather Center

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