Well, when it rains it pours, folks. And it’s about to pour.

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning until 3:15 p.m. for Queens and Brooklyn, and a severe thunderstorm warning until 2:30 p.m. for Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan.

According to the National Weather Service’s website, a “weak low pressure trough will linger over the region today and help trigger scattered to numerous thunderstorms into this evening. The trough will then pass to the east late Wednesday night.”

Let’s hope it washes away some of this humidity, and sets us up for a nice weekend.

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  • Lizi

    Flash flood is right. In my basement. Always a joy to clean up after the storm sewer backs up.

    • ShadowLock

       you might want to call 311 and tell them about the problem your having. either that or landlord.

  • http://blog.arikatt.com Ariela B.

    Avenue U between 15th and 16th (Q underpass) was completely underwater by 4pm.

  • ShadowLock

    Sent in some pix Regarding Shore  and Ave Z. Huge Lake!

  • BrooklynBus

    The weather was really wierd today. The sun was out in Manattan Beach until after 3PM.  The rest of the sky was dark except where the sun was and you could hear thunder constantly from 1 to 3 PM in the sunshine.  At about 3:15, lifeguards ordered everyone out of the water and at 3:30 it finally started to rain.

  • Georgia

    Question would flood insurance cover a none floor zone? Even if your garage is flooded?
    when it like sheets of rain?

    • bagels

      Is it even possible to buy flood insurance in a non flood zone?  Wouldn’t your standard homeowner’s policy cover the damage?

      • Georgia

        No Bagels I found that out today thanks

    • Lizi

      My insurer (Allstate) had me buy separate flood coverage through the National Flood Insurance Program a few years back. $417/year currently. Haven’t filed any claims yet.

      • Georgia

        I have Allstate also and they do not cover in a no flood zone what I was told from what I understand.
        thank you Lizi

    • http://www.facebook.com/aemoreira81 Adam Moreira

      Homeowners’ insurance doesn’t cover floods. And to add to @8e90db20035e198886575ef5f725e434:disqus ’s statement, flood insurance doesn’t take effect for 30 days after it’s bought unless you’re in a designated flood zone and must buy it as a condition of completing the purchase of your home.

      • Georgia

        Yes you are correct Adam this is what I was told also. The flood zone ends on Ave X at my cornor accross the street. so I missed it by 1 block. They have Zones A B C and so on. I am in Zone B. 
        Thank you everyone for helping out