NEW YORK (WABC) --Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued as heavy rain moved into the region Wednesday afternoon, bringing with it flooding and wind damage.
The warnings were issued for parts of New Jersey and New York City, but have since expired. The National Weather Service said winds of at least 60 mph were possible with this storm.
Here's a look at the wind gusts reported:
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It was in the 40s in the Tri-State area early Tuesday morning, with reduced visibility is some areas. Heavy rain was expected to hit the area around midday which could create flooding. Winds gusts could go up to 60 mph.
Here's a look at the AccuWeather FutureCast:
Heaviest Rain is at 3pm This Afternoon! pic.twitter.com/hQCQmVEHQU— Bill Evans (@Evansweather) February 16, 2016
Temperatures could rise into the 50s in some areas. There is a coastal flood advisory on Long Island.
Here's a look at the AccuWeather forecast for the next few days:
Tuesday: High 55 | Low 35 - Breezy and Rainy
Wednesday: High 45 | Low 31 - Breezy Blend
Thursday: High 39 | Low 25 - Brisk Blue
Friday: High 42 | Low 39 - Near Normal
Saturday: High 53 | Low 39 - Milder Mix
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