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How Tropical Storm Isaias Will Affect New York


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That’s what state officials advised as Tropical Storm Isaias moved up the Eastern Seaboard and made its way to New York today.A tropical storm warning is in effect through early Wednesday morning for regions across New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. It might have a greater impact than Tropical Storm Fay did last month.The storm may wallop New York with the strongest wind the city has experienced since Hurricane Sandy in 2012, but officials don’t expect it to cause significant damage in the region.“But we have been surprised before,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said at a news conference on Monday. In North Carolina, flooding, home fires and power outages were reported as the storm passed through.Emergency crews set up barriers throughout Lower Manhattan, which state officials said was particularly vulnerable to flooding.The South Street Seaport is the only area in New York City expected to be at risk of storm surge, which could reach one to three feet, though minor flooding may occur in other neighborhoods, officials said on Monday.While evacuation orders were not put in place for any regions in the state, Gov. Andrew M.

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