A powerful storm is currently brewing along the East Coast, and its effects are expected to be felt in various parts of New York State over the weekend.
A storm is expected to originate in the Gulf of Mexico and gradually make its way up the East Coast, bringing with it torrential rainfall and strong winds to the Eastern Part of New York over the weekend.
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The storm is projected to arrive in the area on Sunday afternoon and remain throughout Monday, posing a potential hazard for the Monday morning commute.
Watching a potential heavy rain event for early next week. Confidence increasing for a moisture rich disturbance to develop in the Gulf of Mexico & track up the East Coast. Still uncertain on exact track which will determine where the heaviest rain occurs. #nywx #mawx #ctwx #vtwx pic.twitter.com/iczvdzs3yJ
— NWS Albany (@NWSAlbany) December 14, 2023
Meteorologist Mike Masco stated that the radar is showing this storm resembling the massive storm that occurred in 1993.
MONSTER WIND FIELD THIS WEEKEND REMINISCENT OF THE SUPER STORM OF 1993
The models have a very "Superstorm of 1993" look in terms of track and overall wind/rain impacts going into Monday. Obviously we lack cold air to produce the insane snow component but the level of deepening… pic.twitter.com/KtBUWZlsO7
— Mike Masco (@MikeMasco) December 15, 2023