As Henry continues to follow weather experts in the western Hudson Valley, now is the time to “prepare for Henry’s impacts in our area.”
At around 11 a.m., Hudson Valley Weather reported on Friday the track of Tropical Storm Henri, soon to be Hurricane Henri, “has moved west into the Hudson Valley.”
“It’s best to start preparing for Henri’s impacts in our area, lane changes are likely, our level of concern is high as the upper air pattern in place supports a more westerly adjustment.” , said Hudson Valley Weather.
At 2 p.m., Hudson Valley Weather said Henri’s path continued to point west and released a preliminary Stormpact map.
“Hurricane Henri is going to cause major problems for someone along the New England / Long Island coast. The next 24 to 36 hours will be crucial in helping to identify the impacts on our area. We will continue to monitor and share updates along the way, ”added Hudson Valley Weather.
Right now, Hudson Valley Weather believes that the worst of Hurricane Henri will be east of the Hudson Valley, but there are enough forecasts to fear it will affect the region.
“The potential exists for some impacts locally,” Hudson Valley Weather wrote. “There are enough guidelines that bend Henry inland after landing. The biggest concern right now for our area would be the heavy rains coming from the southeast on Sunday.”
On Friday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a tropical storm watch and storm surge watch for Westchester County.
“Efforts to protect life and property should now be underway. Prepare for significant wind damage, the National Weather Service said. Take action now to complete the preparations before the wind gets dangerous. “
The National Weather Service has released a dangerous weather forecast for Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess and Ulster counties.
“There is a risk of thunderstorms from Saturday to Monday. Urban flooding and poor drainage are possible. Coverage for rains and thunderstorms on Sunday evening and Monday will depend on Henri’s track,” added the weather service. national.
“Possible tropical storm conditions” for Orange, Rockland and Putnam counties.
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