The streets of Williamsburg flooded on Monday evening during the heavy rain. (via NYC Scanner)

In a week where NYC weather has teetered between extreme heat and heavy rain, a flash flood warning alerted NYC residents of a torrential downpour on Monday evening, preceding the inundation of Brooklyn streets and subway stations with water.

At the corner of Wallabout Street and Throop Avenue in South Williamsburg, a pedestrian was filmed wading through knee-high water to cross the street.

 A video from a vehicle around Wallabout Street in the same location last night shows that the flooding extended to the surrounding streets.

Carroll Street in Brooklyn also flooded:



A video of Williamsburg photographer Daphne Youree clearing the sewer grates on the Long Island Expressway went viral, and Gothamist caught up with the good samaritan.

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