NEW YORK (FOX5NY) - A coastal storm made its way out of New York Tuesday morning. The Nor'Easter heavily impacted the city, coastal New Jersey, Long Island and the southern Hudson Valley.
Many communities are dealing with flood and wind damage.
Winds gusts reached as high as 45 miles per hour in the city on Monday and more than 60 miles per hour on the coast.
The high winds blew down trees and power lines. Power outages were reported.
Train service was interrupted by downed power lines. Amtrak suspended service for Northeast Regional and Acela Express trains traveling in New Jersey, and NJ Transit halted service between Trenton and New York City. Other railroads also were also contending with downed trees and utility poles on tracks.
Most of the region saw between 1 to 3 inches of rain and some places saw more locally.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.