A powerful storm is making its way toward the US eastern seaboard, with a series of storms sweeping through the eastern half of the country.
Here’s what you need to know:1.
Storm system will pass over the eastern seaboards Saturday morning as a direct hitstorm system that could cause damage to power lines and power poles, officials said.
The National Weather Service issued a warning for western and northern New England on Saturday, warning the storm could cause severe power outages and flooding.
It said some areas in New York and New Jersey could see up to 2 feet of rain and winds as high as 90 mph by Saturday morning.
The storm will make landfall in the eastern United States Sunday afternoon, but there could be some wind and gusts, according to the weather service.
A tropical storm warning is in effect for the southern half of New York, the northern half of Maryland, and parts of Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The storms are expected to produce more rain and flash flooding, but not as much as they did last week.
There are some localized power outage warnings issued in the northern part of the state.
It’s possible some areas could see more than 3 inches of rain by Sunday morning.5.
Storms are expected by late Sunday evening and into Monday morning in the central and eastern US.
But the storm is expected to move west and east by Monday evening.6.
Parts of the eastern Seaboard could see flooding, especially along rivers, but it could also be dry by Monday morning, according the weather agency.