A wet and wild nor'easter is coming!

November 09, 2018 - 5:40 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A wet and wild nor'easter is heading our way!

A strengthening late-week storm will unleash flooding rain and wind as it ushers in much colder air to the northeastern U.S., including the tri-state area.

"The timing of the steadier, heavier rain in the I-95 corridor, from D.C. to New York City, means that worst conditions will be mainly at night in these areas," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Steve Travis.

At times, downpours could reduce visibility for motorists and create ponding on the roadways.

Through the night, rain will continue to advance north and east into New England. 

"Another storm is poised to affect the Midwest and Northeast with rain and snow early next week," according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski.

"At this time it looks as though that storm will track far enough to the west to bring rain to the Atlantic seaboard from Washington, D.C to New York City and Boston," Sosnowski said.