Red Hook residents prepare for blizzard conditions, possible flooding

The still recovering community of Red Hook is bracing for the wintry blast. Mayor Michael Bloomberg says all coastal communities should expect flooding, with the

Many Red Hook business are trying to recover from damage suffered during Hurricane Sandy.

Many Red Hook business are trying to recover from damage suffered during Hurricane Sandy. (2/8/13)

RED HOOK - The still recovering community of Red Hook is bracing for the wintry blast.

Many businesses in Red Hook suffered serious flood damage during Sandy. While many have reopened, some remain shuttered.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg says all coastal communities should expect flooding, with the Hudson River and New York Harbor at least a foot or two above the normal high tide this evening.

 

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