NEW YORK - The latest round of thunderstorms has created flooding throughout the city both above and below ground.
A flash flood warning remains in effect until 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city responded to multiple roadways experiencing flooding, including the LIE, BQE and Clearview Expressway as well as local streets in Jamaica Heights and Crown Heights.
Things were not much better on the subways, including the Union Turnpike Station in Kew Gardens or at the Prospect-Lefferts Garden station, also in Queens.
And in Brooklyn, the Court Street Station and the Jay Street Station both experienced flooding.
Meantime, Con Edison says it has restored power to almost all of the thousands of customers in Brooklyn and Queens, who were left in the dark after Sunday night's outage.
Customers were intentionally taken off the power grid, so the utility could make repairs to prevent a bigger outage.
The mayor says Con Ed is "not accountable to the public in a way a public agency would be."
"I'm not getting any real answers and they have let New Yorkers down once again. It's very clear that there needs to be a full investigation into what happened not only last Saturday but what happened last night. It's very clear we have to question whether Con Ed as a structure now can do the job now going forward or whether we need to go to an entirely different approach," De Blasio said.
Con Ed says all power should be restored by Tuesday afternoon.