First-ever flash flood emergency hits New York City as Ida barrels through – CBS News
For the first time, a flash flood emergency was issued in New York City as remnants of Hurricane Ida raced up the East Coast late Wednesday. The band of severe weather also caused the FAA to issue a “ground stop” at all three New York City-area airports. CBS New York has complete team coverage. Read more here.
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