The city is drying out, but the effects of Friday's storm are still lingering. 

Heavy winds and coastal flooding are still possible Saturday.

A coastal flood warning will be in effect from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. for Staten Island, Brooklyn and the Bronx, and 9 p.m. through 4 a.m. for Queens.

The Rockaways and other shoreline neighborhoods are seeing the most flooding, due to Saturday morning's high tide.

Waves are currently between seven and 12 feet.

Residents are also seeing wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour, comparable to tropical storm winds.

Meantime, Con Ed crews are working to restore power to parts of the city where electricity was knocked out by the storm.

As of Saturday morning, in the Bronx, approximately 4,400 customers were without power; in Queens, 6,400 customers were without power, in Brooklyn, 150 customers were without power; and in Staten Island, 70 customers were without power.

Con Ed says Brooklyn may be the borough that has to wait the longest to get their power back.

It is not expected to be restored until Monday.

The utility is reminding customers to report any power outages and to stay away from downed power lines.