13 Sep 2021 - 07:03:55
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StormIdahitstheNortheasto168America. This resulted in record rainfall and flash floods in New York City. Until flights were suspended and subway lines halted, where several stations were flooded, New York and New Jersey had to declare a state of emergency on Wednesday night (Sept. 1) and at least 18 people were killed in a mid-Atlantic storm in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Hurricane Ida hits the United States in Louisiana in the south since last weekend causing severe flooding before moving north with less violence but still causing damage along the way

New York Governor Katie Hosul declares a state of emergency. As the aftermath of a tropical storm causes severe flooding in New York City which is considered the financial and cultural capital of America.

Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City A state of emergency was declared Wednesday night. and tweeted that New York was experiencing record bad weather with record rainfall across the city. Many roads were flooded and roads were banned until 5 a.m. on Thursday. except emergency

Water also flooded some subway stations. Until the official announced the suspension of all subway services.

The website of Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey states that there was flooding in the airport. And it just returned to a limited time service near midnight Wednesday. While both LaGuardia Airport And New York's JFK International Airport also canceled hundreds of flights.

The National Weather Service (NWS) New York branch tweeted a warning that it was unable to determine how deep the flood level was. And the mayor of New York has urged residents to avoid leaving their homes.

Earlier, New York City had issued emergency warnings about infrequent flash floods. and ask people to migrate to higher places

The NWS also warned of possible flash flooding in the mid-Atlantic to southern New England. And there may be heavy rainfall of 8-20 cm throughout Thursday (2) in these areas.

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