Where are the flash flood warnings due to hurricane Ida?   

Frank Lucas
@Frank.Lucas · Posted 06 Sep. 2021

Peter Clark
@Peter.Clark · Updated 06 Sep. 2021

Hurricane IDA is one the most disastrous hurricane in central jersey. We all know that Hurricane IDA is a category 5 storm and it can destroy many things like houses, cars, and many other human properties. After the storm ends, it left central jersey people with a flash flood emergency. We are all very much aware of tornado warnings in New Jersey, how painful it was for the New Jersey people. A tornado warning is the kind of alarm that signifies any big storm is coming. As we all know NYC weather is cloudy all over the year, so any big storm like Hurricane IDA kind of thing is most unlikely to happen in NYC weather. The flash flood emergency somehow managed to save many people and also saved assets from the Hurricane IDA disaster. NYC weather was not matching its characteristics at the time of Hurricane IDA. People were not ready for that kind of Hurricane and that was the reason they were much affected by the flash flood.

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