Long Island Rinks

Weather Alert  

"Flash Flood Watch" ...Flash Flood Watch now in effect through this afternoon... The Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for * portions of southern Connecticut...northeast New Jersey and southeast New York...including the following areas...in southern Connecticut...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 and western Union. In southeast New York... Bronx...Kings (Brooklyn)...New York (Manhattan)...northeastern Suffolk...northern Nassau...northern Queens...northwestern Suffolk...Richmond (staten island)...southeastern Suffolk... southern Nassau...southern Queens...southern Westchester and southwestern Suffolk. * Through this afternoon * a band of intensifying showers and isolated thunderstorms across eastern Pennsylvania will track across the area this morning...exiting eastern Long Island and southeast Connecticut by late morning or early afternoon. Rainfall totals of 1 to 2 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. -- Friday Jul.29 16,03:36 AM

From ice skating to roller skating, there are plenty of rinks around Long Island where you can enjoy the beloved, fun past time of skating at many different locations on Long Island. Aside from providing a unique, rigorous way to exercise, recreational skating is a fun sport that the whole family can enjoy. Many rinks are also home to local hockey and derby teams, tournaments, and special events, as well as being open to the public for open skating. Some rinks divide their open rink time up by skill level, while others let everyone, from amateur to pros skate at the same time – often advising that beginners stay closer to the edges of the rink. Make sure to check if the rink you’ll be visiting has roller skate or ice skate rentals available before you visit, and check to see what their free form skating hours are – as to not interfere with any team practices or games that may be being hosted.

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