High wind warning for NYC through Monday morning

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NEW YORK — A high wing warning is in effect for New York City from 6 p.m. Sunday through Monday morning, officials said.

The warning will end around 6 a.m.

New Yorkers can expect sustained, strong winds with even stronger gusts. Officials advise staying inside during high wind warnings.

Heavy rain is expected to continue.

A flash flood watch is also in effect through late Sunday night. It does not mean flooding will occur, but it is possible.

Flood warning in effect

Monday’s storm comes on the 5-year anniversary of Sandy. Superstorm Sandy was blamed for 182 deaths in the U.S. and Caribbean. It also caused more than than $71 billion in damage in the U.S.



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