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Forecast Hazards and Impacts


 •         High Winds (Coast)

    • Strongest late this afternoon into this evening
    • Impacts include damage to trees and power lines with outages
•         Heavy Rain
  • around 2 Inches Likely; 3+ Inches Possible
  • Heaviest late this afternoon into this evening; Minor to Moderate Urban
  • and Small Stream Flooding Likely
  • More Serious Urban and Small Stream Flooding Possible
•         Coastal Flooding
  • Moderate for this evening High Tides and Localized Tuesday Morning
  • Dune erosion and wash overs at Atlantic Ocean Beaches
•         Winter Weather (Orange, Putnam, and Western Passaic Counties)
  • Snow, Sleet, and Ice; 2-4 Inches Snow and Sleet Likely;
  • 3-6 Inches Possible Above 750 Feet; Trace of ice.                                                                                                                                                                                                              
  • 1/23/2017

Coastal Storm

Weather Briefing 6

Prepared 6:00 am EST Monday, January 23, 2017 

VALID UNTIL 6 pm Monday, January 23



NOAA’s National Weather Service New York, NY Weather Forecast Office  

Next Briefing Expected by 6 PM






Dear Neighbors and Visitors:

As a coastal community, we must prepare for any emergency-whether it is a hurricane, fire, flood or snow storm. An important priority, the Village of Westhampton Beach is constantly improving its own readiness through planning and hands-on exercises and by coordinating with county, state and federal agencies. Recognizing that preparation is our best defense, the Town of Southampton has released a new brochure, Be Prepared, (available in English & Spanish), it is updated, handy and compact with valuable information such as: important telephone numbers, advice on caring for the elderly and those with special needs, ensuring your pet’s safety, protecting you home or business and assembling a “go bag” and home emergency kit. You can pick up your brochure at Village Hall. In addition, citizens can also register for the Village’s emergency notification system “NIXLE” on the Village website home page www.westhamptonbeach.org.

We encourage you to use this resource to assist you in keeping you and your family safe. With improved technology and better tracking, we now have the means to obtain advance notification of severe weather events, regional emergencies and how best to prepare for them.

Maria Z. Moore, Mayorwesthampton beach village logo image