National Weather Service discontinues warnings for Tropical Storm Andrea in Brooklyn

Tropical Storm Andrea is no longer a threat to Brooklyn, but managed to hurt some business owners before moving out of the area. Businesses at

Andrea hit the borough with rain, wind and flooding in coastal areas.

Andrea hit the borough with rain, wind and flooding in coastal areas. (6/8/13)

BROOKLYN - Tropical Storm Andrea is no longer a threat to Brooklyn, but managed to hurt some business owners before moving out of the area.

Businesses at the Canarsie Pier that recently reopened after Superstorm Sandy had to shut down Friday when Andrea moved in.

The National Weather Service has discontinued all tropical storm warnings for the area, but is still warning of possible flooding from New Jersey to New England. 

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