Tropical Storm Fay Hitting East Coast with Heavy Rain
Updated 7/11/20: The Weather Channel published a report providing the latest updates on Tropical Storm Fay, which has diminished into a post-tropical low and is moving north toward Canada.
Highlighted Rain Totals:
– Ocean City (Worcester County): 5.5 inches
– Franklin Township (Somerset County): 5.28 inches
– Margate (Atlantic County): 5.50 inches
– Mullica Hill (Gloucester County): 5.84 inches
– South Harrison (Gloucester County): 6.17 inches
July 10, 2020
Source: CBS News
NOTE: This has not yet been declared a FEMA Major Disaster.
The sixth named system of the youngformed Thursday afternoon just east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Tropical Storm Fay breaks the record for earliest sixth named storm in the Atlantic basin by almost two weeks.
The biggest impact will be very heavy rainfall moving northward through Friday night along the East Coast from Virginia to New England.
Tropical storm warnings have been issued for coastal New Jersey, New York City, Long Island and Connecticut. Flood watches have also been posted up and down the coast from Virginia to Massachusetts.
For full report, please click the source link above.