Forecast: Winds, rain diminish as nor’easter exits

A nor'easter brought fierce winds and rain to Long Island overnight.



The National Weather Service has a coastal flooding warning in effect for the area through 11 a.m.



News 12 Long Island Meteorologist Rich Hoffman says tides are running 2 to 3 feet above normal.



The windy and rainy conditions will continue through the day, but the stronger gusts will diminish. The high temperature will be about 43 degrees.



The clouds will start to clear out by Wednesday, which will see mostly sunny skies and high temperatures around 47 degrees.


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