Friday/ rain: way, way too much 🌊

New York City has gotten two or three months’ worth of rain in one day, and there is nowhere for the water to go.
JFK airport recorded an unprecedented 8 inches of rain in 24 hours.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive in Manhattan was flooded Friday morning.
[Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times]
Members of Westchester County Emergency Services looked for people who might have been trapped by heavy flooding in Mamaroneck, N.Y.
[Mike Segar/Reuters]
In the Bronx, commuters stood on a bench at a bus stop as the water in the street rose.
[Gregg Vigliotti/ The New York Times]
A commuter at Bainbridge and Jerome Avenues in the Bronx.Credit.
[Gregg Vigliotti/ The New York Times]
Heavy downpours quickly overwhelmed many roadways, including First Street in Hamilton Beach near Jamaica Bay in Queens.
[Uli Seit/ The New York Times]

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