NEW YORK - Tuesday promises to be windy, rainy and raw as the Tri-State area deals with the aftermath of a Nor'easter that made its way through the area on Monday night.
The storm system is still causing problems across the Tri-State Area on Tuesday morning. On Long Island, several trees were toppled by strong winds, and more than a thousand customers are currently without power.
A coastal flood watch was in effect until 9 a.m. Tuesday. Tides will run 3 to 4 feet above normal.
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