Heavy thunderstorms caused flash floods and power outages across the city Saturday.
Central Park set a daily rainfall record. As of 5 p.m. Saturday, 2.78 inches of rain had fallen in Central Park, breaking the record for the most rain in the park on August 11, which was set in 1983.
There was also severe flooding in the Bronx. Parking lots, streets and potholes were covered in water on City Island.
Drivers found it tricky navigating flooded streets and snarly traffic.
A tow truck driver with AAA says he was busy all morning helping stranded drivers.
"Yes a lot of calls, a lot of breakdowns, a lot of accidents, major flat tires and roadside breakdowns," he said.
Though the flash flood warning has been lifted, a flash flood watch continues across the five boroughs through Sunday morning.