Insane lightning strikes New York City as Hurricane Isaias moves up east coast

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Published on August 4, 2020 - Duration: 00:20s

Insane lightning strikes New York City as Hurricane Isaias moves up east coast

A severe thunderstorm, winds of over 40 miles per hour and insane lightning struck New York City on Monday.

(August 3, 2020) Filmer Allan Nosoff captured four different vibrant, spiderweb lightning strikes from the Midwood section of Brooklyn.

"The most recent models show that New Yorkers need to be prepared for this weather system to hit the state in the next 24 hours, bringing with it strong winds and heavy rains that may lead to local flooding," Governor Cuomo said.

"I have directed our State agencies to deploy emergency assets to problematic areas to assist our local partners, and I am asking New Yorkers to be diligent and stay ready in case the storm intensifies on Tuesday." Governor Andrew M.

Cuomo today reminded New Yorkers to be prepared for heavy rains and strong winds as Hurricane Isaias begins to move up the east coast.

"The most recent models show that New Yorkers need to be prepared for this weather system to hit the state in the next 24 hours, bringing with it strong winds and heavy rains that may lead to local flooding," Governor Cuomo said.

"I have directed our State agencies to deploy emergency assets to problematic areas to assist our local partners, and I am asking New Yorkers to be diligent and stay ready in case the storm intensifies on Tuesday."


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