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Heavy rain hits Tristate; flood alerts

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Heavy rain and periods of flooding are possible through the remainder of Friday in the tristate region. 

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for parts of New Jersey and New York and Flash Flood Watches for several counties in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

Rain making its way east is expected to become heavier into the late afternoon and evening. 

The NY Yankees have postponed their game against the Pittsburgh Pirates due to the inclement weather.

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Connecticut counties

FAIRFIELD

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

New Jersey counties

BERGEN

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

HUDSON

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

MIDDLESEX

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

MONMOUTH

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

MORRIS

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

PASSAIC

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

SOMERSET

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

SUSSEX

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

New York counties

BRONX

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

DELAWARE

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

KINGS

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

NASSAU

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

NEW YORK

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

ORANGE

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

PUTNAM

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

QUEENS

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

RICHMOND

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

ROCKLAND

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

SULLIVAN

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

WESTCHESTER

FLASH FLOOD WARNING until 12:30 AM EDT

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

Pennsylvania counties

PIKE

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

WAYNE

FLASH FLOOD WATCH

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