Record rainfall around New York City that flooded roads on Sunday could cause delays for commuters Monday morning. John F. Kennedy International Airport reported 7.72 inches Sunday night — the most ever recorded there in a single day. The driving rain broke the previous record of 6.3 inches, set in 1983, the National Weather Service said. The highest total regionally was recorded at Lido Beach in Nassau County — 10.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — Barring more significant rain, the final round of the U.S. Open was set to resume Sunday and a champion at the season's second major could be crowned as early as Monday morning. About eight-tenths of an inch of r... Read Post
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Receding water revealed widespread damage Sunday caused by a record flood crest, while other Iowa cities faced rivers that were still rising. The Cedar River had fallen to 24.6 feet Sunday, more than five feet b... Read Post