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National Weather Service New York NY
Kings (Brooklyn)-Southwestern Suffolk-Southern Queens-Southern Nassau
Mon Aug 3 2020
…A TROPICAL STORM WARING IS IN EFFECT FOR OUR AREA
...COASTAL FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY EVENING THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT...
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY MORNING THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT...
A Tropical Storm Warning means tropical storm-force winds are expected somewhere within this area within the next 36 hours
LOCATIONS AFFECTED - Jamaica - Howard Beach - Rockaway Beach
The timing of the heaviest rainfall is late Tuesday morning into Tuesday evening across the entire area. The heaviest rainfall will likely be focused on the eastern counties. Particularly for Northeast New Jersey, the Lower Hudson Valley, and the NYC metro. Issues with runoff related flash flooding will be likely throughout urban environments.
Locally heavy rain is expected with a widespread 2 to 4 inches, with localized amounts up to 6 inches possible. The heaviest rain is most likely to occur across New York City, Northeast New Jersey and the Lower Hudson Valley early Tuesday morning through Tuesday evening.
The highest wind threat from Isaias should correspond to the eastern side of the storm which includes NYC and Long Island. The timing for this looks to be during late in the day on Tuesday and into Tuesday evening. One positive note is the storm is expected to accelerate to the north and northeast into Tuesday and Tuesday night. This may limit the duration of impactful winds to some extent for coastal sections. The preliminary guidance is suggesting the strongest winds may get up to 45 mph sustained along the immediate coast near the center of circulation, with perhaps gusts to around 60 mph or thereabouts across southern coastal sections of New York City and Long Island into Tuesday evening.
The effects from Tropical Storm Isaias are expected to diminish quickly from southwest to northeast across the area Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
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...COASTAL FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY EVENING THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT...
* WHAT...For the Coastal Flood Watch, potential for moderate to localized major coastal flooding, with 1 to 2 feet of inundation and locally up to 3 ft
* UPCOMING HIGH TIDES:
3-Aug.... 8:54 PM....6.58
4-Aug.... 9:22 AM.....5.70
4-Aug.... 9:38 PM....6.46 (8.6 - 9.1)
The numbers within the (....) are the possible high tides and will most likely change as the storm gets closer to our area.
* IMPACTS...Moderate to localized major flooding is possible, especially of the more vulnerable coastal communities
Make a plan before a storm arrives to help keep you and your family safe. Prepare a Go Bag that you can grab in case you need to leave your home in a hurry. Be sure to pack hand sanitizer and extra face coverings in your Go Bag.
If you have a disability or access or functional need, make sure your plan addresses how your needs may affect your ability to evacuate, shelter in place, or communicate with emergency workers. Arrange help from family, friends, or service providers if you will need assistance. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy 4th. Be safe y'all🇺🇸🚒🚒🚐🇺🇸
Today we took some time to support our fellow essential workers and healthcare staff who remain at work to keep our community safe, healthy, and clean. Donations of snacks were brought to us by members of the community, and the students at our local school; PS207 brought us hand made thank you cards which were distributed today!
On behalf of ourselves and the workers who we were able to touch base with today, we’d like to say THANK YOU to the residents of Howard Beach for their endless support! It is greatly appreciated, and nobody does it quite like you guys do!
We were not able to visit everyone on our list in one day as it is quite lengthy, however we did get a chance to stop by:
New York City Department of Sanitation’s Q10,
ST JOHNS EPISCOPAL HOSPITAL
NYPD 100th Precinct
NYPD 106 Precinct
FDNY E331 / L173
FDNY E285 / L142
FDNY E225/ L107 / Battalion 39
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Jamaica Hospital EMS Garage
There are many more stops to make, many more hearts to touch, and every one of us appreciates your support! We will keep you in the loop every step of the way! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you from Queens East 10 Sanitation Garage!!! It was definitely a morale booster!
Today members are going out to deliver some of the cards and snacks that were collected over the past few weeks for first responders. The Cards and snacks were made and donated by students at P.S. 207 The Rockwood Park school and many other members of the community. We would like to start by sharing this video sent to us By Melissa Gonzalez at Teacher at P.S. 207. The following classes and techers were involved in the making of this video.
Class 501- Jennifer Fulgieri and Matthew Milella
Class 502- Margaret Gelormino and Jennifer Egan
Class 503- Melissa Gonzalez ... See MoreSee Less
Nick I have the 2 cards for 1st responders here at the house
Ok no problem
We are so excited to share with you all that Pia Toscano will be putting on a very special Instagram live show Friday, May 1 at 3PM PST in dedication to all the heroes and families affected by COVID-19 in Howard Beach, Queens & all through out NY.
If it is on your heart to give, all proceeds/donations from this show will go directly to the West Hamilton Beach Fire Dept.
A link will be provided during her livestream!!
As a thank you for your donation, you will be invited to a private Zoom call with Pia!!!
Once you have donated, send @piatoscanoupdates your receipt over Instagram dm you will be provide with the time, date, and Zoom code. We are truly stronger together ♡ ... See MoreSee Less
Our hometown girl .great news love her singing.
Danielle Buonocore Carson Lucille Buonocore Monique Buonocore Grossman
ATTENTION Community members. We have a small request for all our friends with children. We are asking if you can have them and their friends make thank you cards which will be distributing to the Medical professionals that are working tirelessly to combat the COVID 19 virus. (Hospital Personnel, EMS workers , Firefighters ,Police Officers)
For any cards that are made we can schedule a pick up, or drop off time can be set up so we can get these cards out to these amazing people who are putting their lives on the line during this pandemic. Also, any small “grab and go” snacks will also be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions you can reach out to us in messenger or contact the Fire house @ 718 843 9863. Ask for Chief Nick Spinelli. ... See MoreSee Less
I'm gonna get Jake's class to make them drive around and pick them up from their mail boxes in secured zip lock bags and have john or myself deliver them to you guys
Yes absolutely I'll have jake make some tomorrow
The West Hamilton Beach Fire Department would like to assure our friends and neighbors that we remain dedicated in our commitment to ensure the safety and well-being of the community and our membership, as always. The Chiefs of Department, EMS personnel, and members of the West Hamilton Beach Fire Department are closely following all details related to the COVID-19 outbreak. The decisions and actions of your fire department are being guided by information and updates received from health officials on the local, state, and federal levels. We are prepared to deliver the professional fire and emergency medical services that the residents of the communities we serve have come to expect from our organization.
In order to continue to provide the outstanding level of care we do, we ask that if you are quarantined (mandatory or self-imposed) in your home due to possible or confirmed COVID-19 exposure, PLEASE notify The West Hamilton Beach V.F.D. with your address. This can be done either confidentially by calling us at 718-843-1716, Or by placing a sign/note on your front door to alert all firefighters and EMS personnel to take additional infection-prevention precautions before we enter your home or business. By doing this you can help stop possible spread of this virus. This NOT an order to quarantine/isolate yourself, we are not issuing any directive to that effect at this time. However we do ask that you notify us if you’ve chosen to take these precautions on your own, or if you were advised to by health officials.
As you have seen over the past few weeks, the information concerning this virus; whether it’s accurate or grossly embellished, can be terribly overwhelming. We urge you to follow the advice of medical professionals regarding best practices for avoiding and/or dealing with exposure to this virus.
We need to protect our crews so that they will be able to continue to meet the emergency needs of our community
Thank you for your cooperation on this matter.
The Chiefs, Officers, & Members of The West Hamilton Beach Volunteer Fire Department ... See MoreSee Less
great job guys thank you for your service
Photos from Volunteer Firemens Association of the City of New York's post ... See MoreSee Less
Today we responded as mutual Aid to All Hands Brooklyn Box 3676 for a large area of brush burning in Gerritsen Beach. ... See MoreSee Less
looks like it going to be a crazy brush season do to low snow fall this year
Thank you to our amazing fire and police department department
West Hamilton Beach Fire Department arrived as 2nd due Engine at the second alarm Brush Fire Box 8479 Gateway park Howard Beach this afternoon operating along with New York City Fire Department (FDNY) ,Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department & Ambulance Corp. , Gerrittsen Beach Fire Department, and Rockaway Point Volunteer Fire Department ... See MoreSee Less
Thank's, and stay safe 🙏
Thanks for your services
There will be a Blood Drive on February 27th 2020 from 2:30pm - 7:00pm at PS/MS 207 in Howard Beach There will be a Blood Drive on February 27th 2020 from 2:30pm - 7:00pm at Ps/ms 207 Howard Beach School. please come out and help support their cause. PS/MS 207 "The Rockwood Park School" are great community partners and we hope you can make it that day to donate.Be A Hero Save A Life .
PS/MS 207 is located at 159-15 88th St, Howard Beach, NY 11414 ... See MoreSee Less