Wet weather knocks down branches, floods streets

THE BRONX - The Bronx got hit with a round of wet weather that knocked down branches and flooded streets.

Powerful winds of 40 miles an hour took down heavy branches in Williamsbridge. Other areas had flooded streets with up to 3 inches of rainfall expected Friday.

Falling branches also took down power lines in the borough.

Flood watch, high wind warning issued for The Bronx

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