Tropical storm Henry flooded the streets of the U.S. East Coast over the weekend. Manhattan recorded the wettest hour.
Tropical storm “Henry” brought record rainfall to New York City last weekend. Late on Saturday evening, the rain hour in New York was measured from the start of recordings at Central Park in Manhattan.
The National Weather Service in New York reported that the equivalent of 49 millimeters of rain fell in 60 minutes and flooded the streets of the metropolis. Overall, this summer in the US city is not only sunny and sunny, but also brings heavy rains again and again. 2021 is said to be the second wettest summer in New York history so far.
As stated in it Weather service Rainfall was heaviest in Auckland, New Jersey in Bergen County, the East River in Brooklyn Heights and Prospect Park in Brooklyn. At Mount Prospect Park, a staircase turned into a waterfall.