The rain started in the city about the same time, coming down heavy for a few minutes before clearing up entirely and the sun coming out immediately after. This hail storm was traveling E at 34 mph and the entire storm produced hail for roughly 5 hour(s). “We’ve been here 55 years and we’ve never seen a storm this way,” resident Rochelle Masters added. The water was intense.”. Seemingly every county in the New York metropolitan area was under a severe thunderstorm warning at some point Monday night, including all five boroughs. Whether it’s grass, sand or asphalt, you’ll want to be careful walking around in barefeet over the dangerously hot weekend, as AR shows how hot those surfaces can really get. Some of those who were without power Monday night were on the Upper West Side of Manhattan — the same spot where the lights went out on June 13 and left a large chunk of midtown in the dark. Storm #1. Track the weather with our interactive radar below. Equipment failure, not heat, caused the roughly five-hour blackout July 13 that affected a 40-block stretch of Manhattan, including Times Square and Rockefeller Center. Doppler radar detected Half Dollar size hail near New York Mills, MN, Sebeka, MN and Parkers Prairie, MN on July 19, 2019. ... 2019 11:14 a m ET | Updated May 28, 2019 … Much of Upstate New York could get damaging storms today, especially in the area shaded in pink, where there is a greater than 30% chance of storms that could uproot trees and drop large hail. [5/29/2019 730 am] Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible once again this afternoon into the evening. As it moved across parts of central New York and northeast Pennsylvania it produced a line of thunderstorms. Reporting 3 storms in 3 states. Monday night's storms brought damaging winds, hail and torrential rain to all parts of the tri-state. George Spencer reports. Hail storm map showing 16 hail reports in Iowa, New York, Wisconsin, high winds and tornadoes on 10/01/2019. By Monday morning, some of those customers were still without power, and the mayor blasted the utility at a news conference. A strong storm system moved across the northeast part of the United States from April 14, to 16, 2019. CBS2 has learned wind gusts were at least 50 mph. “As soon as the storm started about one minute into the storm all the electric went out.”. (Photo: CBS2). But the sunshine in the city did not last long — with more bands of thunderstorms passing through by 6 p.m., bringing dark and ominous clouds with them as the thunder, lightning and rain kept on coming until around 8 p.m. for most of the region. All severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings ended by 10:30 p.m., as the storm had moved out to sea. Crews were working to get the power restored to all those effected either by the storm or the heat wave that camped over the area for three days. "I’m just enjoying the [ice cream] cone but it’s not really working. This map shows additional accumulations through 7 a.m. Tuesday. There were a slew of power outages and road closures amid reports of trees coming down onto wires and streets the area. All rights reserved. LaGuardia was dealing with delays of just over an hour as midnight rolled around. It’s too hot," Brooklyn resident Paul Hurdle said. I mean, it was pouring. More than 88,000 were still without service on Tuesday afternoon. That last resident told Rozner PSEG told him not to expect power until Monday afternoon. Winds, and in some cases, hail, left more than 300,000 customers without power in New Jersey. Check the latest severe weather alerts for your neighborhood here. 8/22/2019 8:39 PM EDT: Storm damage reported in new york county NY, 6.5 miles ENE of New York, NY: 8/22/2019 8:39 PM EDT: Storm damage reported in anz338 county NY, 7 miles ENE of New York, NY: 8/22/2019 8:33 PM EDT: At 832 pm edt, a severe thunderstorm was located over jersey city, moving southeast at 35 mph (radar indicated). A flash flood watch remined in effect until 8 a.m. Tuesday for much of the area. Approximately 388,000 customers in Monmouth County lost power due to the storms, with more outages reported in Fairfield County and Con Ed still battling to get some back on line in the city — meaning there could be as many as one million people throughout the tri-state in the dark. Police said a woman drowned during the storm out on Fire Island. (Con Ed has defended its handling of record demand amid the heat wave.). Storm Team 4’s Janice Huff reports. Check the latest weather alerts for your neighborhood here. The hellish storm comes after New Yorkers experienced sweltering 100 degree temperatures over the weekend. It was like a boom. NYC Weather: Tornado, Hail Possible As Storms Threaten - New York City, NY - The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook. The mind-melting heat wave that scorched the tri-state area for the last few days mercifully came to an end Monday night — chased out by severe and damaging storms that tore across the tri-state. ©2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. People in Carnasie were depending on flashing police lights since many of the street and traffic lights were shut off. The flooding was well documented on social media, with videos coming in from all over the city showing flooded streets. A line of strong storms caused trees to fall on houses in Commack, New York, on June 30, 2019. [[513026042, C]]. That outage was due to the severe heat on Sunday damaging the equipment, and Con Ed expected to have all service back on sometime by midnight. There were also intense waves. One man saw another large tree fall on his neighbor’s car. It all happened at around 2:45 p.m. — pellets of hail, wind gusts of up to 50 mph and many people caught out in the pouring rain, CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reported. Vehicles on the road were caught in flash flooding in Northport , an intersection looking more like a river. JFK Airport fared the worst, with delays of more than four hours around 11 p.m., Newark Airport was only slightly better with delays just under four hours. That, and candles,” another resident said. ... 2019; Posted Jun 26, 2019 . Surfaces can become dangerously hot in the heat. The good news: It'll feel much cooler with highs only creeping back into the mid-to-upper 70s. “I have a generator. Damaging winds (58 mph or greater) and/or hail (greater than 1" in diameter). 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Storms will be isolated but could bring hail and high winds. There were 8 spotter report(s) with reported max hail size of 1.75" and an average hail size of 1.28". COMMACK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Nearly 35,000 people were still in the dark on Sunday night across parts of Long Island, after strong storms knocked out power, brought down trees, and triggered flash flooding. “I heard a loud bang. Residents were buying ice and ice cream just to keep themselves cool. The heat wave has moved on, chased out by severe and damaging storms that tore across the tri-state Monday evening, Power outages, flooding and downed trees and wires were relatively common sites in the region Monday night, Temps cool down even more after that, with Tuesday's highs not expected to get out of the 70s; it may still be a little damp, though. Hail Storms – New York, New Hampshire, Maine. Water was halfway up some cars in Brooklyn right after the deluge of rain dropped, and some streets in Queens and Staten Island became ponds, some of which were impassable. Most of the lingering rain from that blast should move out by midday, with scattered showers possible in the afternoon and evening. It’s running, just periodically. The flash flooding caused hazardous conditions in the five boroughs, with some people having to ditch their cars because engines were flooded. Storms Bring Torrential Rain, Damaging Winds and Hail While Knocking Out Power After Heat Wave Wraps Published July 21, 2019 • Updated on July 23, 2019 at 12:29 am What to Know Earlier Sunday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Con Ed was taking 30,000 customers in Brooklyn temporarily off power so it could make repairs and prevent a bigger outage.