Storm Team 4 Breaks Down Expectations for Powerful Nor’easter

A powerful nor'easter is expected to punish the tri-state area with damaging winds, flooding downpours and, in some spots, snow, over a 36-hour period. Storm Team 4 breaks down what to expect -- and when.

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Up to 8 inches or more of snow could fall to the north.
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Up to 3 inches of rain is expected to fall in some spots from Thursday afternoon through Friday night.
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Flood watches have been issued around the tri-state.
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Coastal flood warnings, watches and advisories have been issued for much of the tri-state.
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Gusts topping 50 mph are possible in parts of Long Island.
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High wind warnings and advisories are in effect for some parts of the tri-state.
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Powerful nor'easter winds will cause power outages, airport delays, beach erosion and even churn up the water.
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Winds could reach up to 60 MPH in coastal areas.
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A winter storm warning is in effect for Sullivan and Ulster counties starting Thursday night. A winter storm watch is in effect for Pike, Sussex, Orange and Passaic counties, as well.
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Long Island will see some of the fiercest winds and is at risk of moderate to major flooding.
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Areas to the northwest of the city are most likely to see heavy snow, but will also experience strong winds.
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New York City will see heavy rain and strong winds. Coastal areas in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx could see flooding.
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Rain showers or snowflakes could linger into the early part of Saturday, Storm Team 4 says, but the skies are expected to clear up by Sunday. Temps stay cooler, in the mid-40s, into the early part of next week.
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