More rain expected across Hudson Valley

Storms that caused widespread flooding across the Hudson Valley are expected to continue.

A flash flood watch is in effect until this evening.

A flash flood watch is in effect until this evening. (6/1/15)

NYACK - Storms that caused widespread flooding across the Hudson Valley are expected to continue.

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the entire area through Tuesday because of the potential for additional flooding.

On Sunday, rains left roads throughout the region under water. In Rockland, sheets of rain caused flooding that temporarily shut down Route 303 at Mountainview Road in Orangeburg.

Heavy rains flooded low-lying areas and roads with poor drainage throughout other areas of the Hudson Valley.

 

 

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