NHL players on lockdown as flood waters recede
Weather warnings remain in effect for all players in the National Hockey League.
A forecast for heavy rain and flooding is expected to linger over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Weather watches and advisories have been issued for: Indianapolis, Indianapolis-Carmel, Carmel, Covington, Louisville, Lexington, New Albany, New Castle, New Hyde Park, New York, Newark, Syracuse, Washington and Washington.
The weather advisory for Kentucky is in effect through Sunday.
For the rest of the day, severe weather warnings are in effect.
The National Weather Services issued a flood watch for Louisville, Kentucky and a flood warning for Covingtons, Kentucky, Sunday.
The flooding advisory for New Albany and New Castle counties is in place through Sunday, according the NWS.
A flood watch is in force for New York through Monday.
A flash flood watch has been issued through Tuesday for parts of the Mid-Hudson Valley and parts of parts of Buffalo and Syracuse.
The NWS also issued a flash flood warning through Wednesday.
For more information on flooding and flood advisories, visit the National Guard Weather Center at weather.nyc.gov/guardweathercenter.
For storm warnings, visit storm.weather.gov.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and New York City Transit will be providing free shuttle buses to all of New York’s boroughs.
The Metrolink commuter train service is expected for the rest and next week.
The Metrobus service is scheduled to resume service from Monday through Friday and will be running on a limited basis during the weekend.
The transit agency is also offering free transportation for evacuees and first responders who are displaced by the storm.
For information on shelters, see the storm shelter page at nytimes.com/nyt.
Additional storm information: Visit the N.Y.S. Emergency Operations Center at ny.gov or call 1-800-511-7889 for more information.
The storm could bring down power lines and power lines could be downed, which could lead to a power outage for days, the NSPD said.