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A powerful storm is expected to dump up to two inches of rain in some parts of the Northeast by late Sunday.

The nor’easter has brought along heavy rains and gusty winds stretching from the mid-Atlantic states all the way up to New England.

In some areas, gusts of up to 35 miles per hour are possible along the coast, according to Weather.com.

The rain and wind will extent inland into Pennsylvania and New York state.

The storm is likely to dump more than two inches of rain throughout the tri-state New York-New Jersey-Connecticut region, according to NBC 4 New York.

Conditions are expected to deteriorate even further late Saturday afternoon and into the evening hours.

Authorities are bracing for possible coastal floods.

A man walks under the rain on Times Square in New York City early Saturday. For the second straight weekend, considerable rain showers have drenched the New York metropolitan area

A man walks under the rain on Times Square in New York City early Saturday. For the second straight weekend, considerable rain showers have drenched the New York metropolitan area

A man walks under the rain on Times Square in New York City early Saturday. For the second straight weekend, considerable rain showers have drenched the New York metropolitan area

People take cover under a sea of umbrellas in Times Square on Saturday. A powerful storm is expected to dump up to two inches of rain in some parts of the Northeast by late Sunday

People take cover under a sea of umbrellas in Times Square on Saturday. A powerful storm is expected to dump up to two inches of rain in some parts of the Northeast by late Sunday

People take cover under a sea of umbrellas in Times Square on Saturday. A powerful storm is expected to dump up to two inches of rain in some parts of the Northeast by late Sunday

The skyline of Manhattan in New York is seen during a rainy day from Weehawken, New Jersey

The skyline of Manhattan in New York is seen during a rainy day from Weehawken, New Jersey

The skyline of Manhattan in New York is seen during a rainy day from Weehawken, New Jersey

Conditions are expected to deteriorate even further late Saturday afternoon and into the evening hours. Authorities are bracing for possible coastal floods

Conditions are expected to deteriorate even further late Saturday afternoon and into the evening hours. Authorities are bracing for possible coastal floods

Conditions are expected to deteriorate even further late Saturday afternoon and into the evening hours. Authorities are bracing for possible coastal floods

Flood advisories have gone into effect in several northern New Jersey counties, among them Morris, Hunterdon, Sussex, Warren, and Somerset

Flood advisories have gone into effect in several northern New Jersey counties, among them Morris, Hunterdon, Sussex, Warren, and Somerset

Flood advisories have gone into effect in several northern New Jersey counties, among them Morris, Hunterdon, Sussex, Warren, and Somerset

Flood advisories have gone into effect in several northern New Jersey counties, among them Morris, Hunterdon, Sussex, Warren, and Somerset.

The advisories will remain in effect until 4:30pm.

Residents of wide swaths of the Garden State are urged to be on alert for flash floods in places like Morristown, Port Jervis, Newton, Montague, Bridgewater, Dover, Madison, Hopatcong, Florham Park, East Hanover, Lincoln Park, Kinnelon, Hackettstown, Chatham, Boonton, Butler, Wharton, Washington, Rockaway and Blairstown.

A flood advisory was also issued for the eastern portions of Monmouth and Ocean counties until 4:00pm.

The nor’easter has brought along heavy rains and gusty winds stretching from the mid-Atlantic states all the way up to New England

The nor’easter has brought along heavy rains and gusty winds stretching from the mid-Atlantic states all the way up to New England

The nor’easter has brought along heavy rains and gusty winds stretching from the mid-Atlantic states all the way up to New England

The heavy rains and winds will give way late Sunday to warmer temperatures that will set in later on in the week

The heavy rains and winds will give way late Sunday to warmer temperatures that will set in later on in the week

The heavy rains and winds will give way late Sunday to warmer temperatures that will set in later on in the week

The temperatures for the Northeast are unseasonably cool on Saturday, but the air is expected to warm up a bit on Sunday

The temperatures for the Northeast are unseasonably cool on Saturday, but the air is expected to warm up a bit on Sunday

The temperatures for the Northeast are unseasonably cool on Saturday, but the air is expected to warm up a bit on Sunday

The National Weather Service is anticipating flooding to impact the Jersey Shore, including Toms River, Long Branch, Asbury Park, Sandy Hook, Lakewood, Middletown, Jackson, Howell, Marlboro, Barnegat, Tinton Falls, Holmdel, Red Bank, Beachwood, Matawan, Manasquan, Highlands, Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, Lakehurst.

The inclement weather is also complicating travel plans for fliers.

The FAA said that flights departing from JFK Airport are being delayed by an average of 3 hours and 40 minutes.

Flights out of Newark are being delayed by an average of 79 minutes.

This is the second weekend in a row that the New York metropolitan area has been hit by a heavy rainstorm. 

Meanwhile, Boston is also girding for the heavy downpour about to wash over New England.

Precipitation is likely to accumulate Saturday evening in Bean Town, according to The Boston Globe

While there are expected to be strong wind gusts, it is not believed that they will cause any significant damage.   

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