Flooding plagues Friday morning commute

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NEW YORK -- A flash flood warning issued for parts of New York City and Long Island has expired, but soggy problems remain on roadways as commuters head into work Friday morning.

The warning lasted until 7:15 and included Nassau, Bronx, Western Suffolk, Queens and Kings (Brooklyn), according to the National Weather Service.

Thunderstorms produced heavy rain across the area. About 1 inch of rain was reported at JFK Airport as of 5 a.m.

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