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Gov. Hochul: Hudson Valley to get double dose of storms with possible flooding on Tuesday

Despite the storm passing, there's a significant risk of flooding as Tuesday's expected rain combines with existing snowfall.

News 12 Staff

Jan 7, 2024, 4:49 PM

Updated 191 days ago

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As the Hudson Valley clears snow and braces for an upcoming rainstorm on Tuesday, Governor Hochul addressed the state's residents.
Hochul reminded those in the Mid-Hudson region that the winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 p.m. tonight. Despite the storm passing, there's a significant risk of flooding as Tuesday's expected rain combines with existing snowfall.
"In areas where rain falls on top of snow or melting snow, there's a high risk of flooding in parts of New York, leading to wetter and windier conditions than what we've experienced in the last 24 hours," Hochul cautioned.
Additionally, Hochul mentioned minimal delays and cancellations at airports across the state. However, some delays persist in train and subway services.


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