Roadways flood in wake of Hudson Valley storms

A few spots across the Hudson Valley are still dealing with flooding, but the worst of Monday's storm appears to have left the region, News 12 meteorologists say.

News 12 Staff

Jul 19, 2022, 12:15 AM

Updated 676 days ago

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A few spots across the Hudson Valley are still dealing with flooding, but the worst of Monday's storm appears to have left the region, News 12 meteorologists say.
State Department of Transportation crews worked for over an hour to clear out a section of the Saw Mill River Parkway in Dobbs Ferry after the storm drains clogged and backed up inches of water onto the road.
The quick-hitting storms made for a difficult commute home for many drivers who battled the elements.
News 12's Jonathan Gordon is assessing the damage around the county in Thunderbolt 12 and will have more on the road/weather conditions at 10 p.m.
Torrential rain overloaded the storm system in Mount Vernon, putting people in harm's way at a CVS in the Fleetwood section of the city.
As the water recedes Monday night, the roads are beginning to re-open.


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