While the rain wasn't too bad in the Hudson Valley, parts of Long Island were hit with historic flooding, as up to 13 inches of rain fell across parts of the region. Cars were reported stalled this morning during rush hour, as the rain fell so fast motorists were forced to abandon their vehicles
Be on the look out as torrential rains are expected through tomorrow evening, with anywhere from 1-4 inches of rain falling across New York and other parts of the northeast, as a powerful storm system moves east
Viewers in New York's Southern Tier watching the thrilling end of yesterday's Germany/Argentina World Cup Championship were in for a bit of a surprise. ABC affiliate WENY, out of Elmira, cut out of the broadcast as severe weather approached the vicinity to report of a tornado warning. Needless to say viewers were pissed, and too
It was another day at work for Paul Grimmer, as he was operating the crane at the HarborCenter (a future home of the NHL's Buffalo Sabres) construction site in Buffalo, when the crane was suddenly struck by lightening.
Be careful as you head out this morning...lots of light freezing rain, and icy conditions on the road, too. It should all turn to rain by noon. Delays and cancellations are on the website. Thanks for listening to The Boris and Robyn Show!
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