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"Flash Flood Watch" ...Flash Flood Watch in effect from 8 PM EDT this evening through Friday afternoon... The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a * Flash Flood Watch for portions of southern Connecticut... northeast New Jersey and southeast New York...including the following areas...in southern Connecticut...northern Fairfield...northern Middlesex...northern New Haven...northern New London...southern Fairfield...southern Middlesex... southern New Haven and southern New London. In northeast New Jersey...eastern Bergen...eastern Essex...eastern Passaic... eastern Union...Hudson...western Bergen...western Essex... western Passaic and western Union. In southeast New York... Bronx...Kings (Brooklyn)...New York (Manhattan)...northeastern Suffolk...northern Nassau...northern Queens...northern Westchester...northwestern Suffolk...Orange...Putnam... Richmond (staten island)...Rockland...southeastern Suffolk... southern Nassau...southern Queens...southern Westchester and southwestern Suffolk. * From 8 PM EDT this evening through Friday afternoon * showers and thunderstorms will be moving into the region from the west early this evening and will overspread the region by late tonight. Showers and thunderstorms will continue into Friday morning and begin to taper off from west to east during Friday afternoon. There is the potential for periods of heavy rainfall this evening into Friday afternoon. * The axis of heaviest rain remains uncertain. However...at this time the heaviest rain is forecast to extend from northeastern New Jersey into the lower Hudson Valley...New York City...and southern Connecticut. Rainfall totals of 2 to 4 inches are possible...with localized higher amounts possible. The main threat is flash flooding of low lying...poor drainage...and urbanized areas. Smaller flashier streams may also flood. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued. -- Thursday Jul.28 16,09:48 PM

Maybe you’ve noticed the traffic on Long Island. Well, one thing all Long Islanders have in common is that we have places to go. Over 50 Suffolk County public transit lines, and more than 30 in Nassau County, not only help you get to all of the places you need to be, they help alleviate the traffic and reduce the harmful impacts of large scale automobile traffic in our area. Nassau County public transportation, formerly called LI Bus under the administration of the MTA, is now operated by Nassau County in an alliance with Veolia Transportation. This new system is called NICE, Nassau Inter-County Express, and will continue to accept Metro Cards. Suffolk County Transit operates throughout the county while a few towns and villages, such as Huntington and Patchogue operate their own local jitney buses. Suffolk Transit offers several rates and discounts, including a discount for students and senior citizens, while children and personal care attendants ride for free when accompanied by an adult or a disabled passenger, respectively. If you’re traveling locally on Long Island there’s bound to be a bus route to get you where you need to go.

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