In the second half on 10 July (local time) on the U.S. East coast hit tropical storm “Fay”, which was formed two days earlier off the coast of North Carolina. It made landfall near the Atlantic city of new Jersey. The wind speed reached 85 km/h
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Currently, faye is in the Eastern part of the state of new York and have lost the characteristics of a tropical cyclone. He’s moving North with a speed of 28 km/h wind Speed is estimated at 55 km/h
In the second half on 10 July (local time) on the U.S. East coast hit tropical storm “Fay”, which was formed two days earlier off the coast of North Carolina. It made landfall near the Atlantic city of new Jersey. The wind speed reached 85 km/h.
The disaster affected several States. Due to heavy rains and storm surge flooding occurred in the coastal cities of the States of Maryland, Delaware and new Jersey. On some roads motorists had to be rescued on roofs of their vehicles waiting for help firefighters.
“Fay” is not spared and the city of new York, where wind felled trees and broke off the wire that also lit up because of the rain. In some areas, flood roads and underpasses. According to The Weather Channel, injuring a police officer – she was seriously injured, helping to remove fallen by taxi tree.
Currently, faye is in the Eastern part of the state of new York and have lost the characteristics of a tropical cyclone. He’s moving North with a speed of 28 km/h wind Speed is estimated at 55 km/h In new York and part of New England region are warning of heavy rains and the threat of flash floods, reports the national center for U.S. monitoring hurricanes (NHC).
The disaster has affected the political life of the country. Donald Trump had to cancel a campaign rally in new Hampshire, which was to be held on 11 July under the open sky in Portsmouth.
“Fay” was a record early tropical cyclone on the letter “F” in the Atlantic. It happened two months earlier – usually the sixth named storm of the hurricane season in this region is in September, when the ocean will get warm enough, says The Washington Post.
Prior to this record belonged to tropical storm “Franklin”, which was formed on 21 July 2005 to the North of the Bahamas and made its way to the canadian island of Newfoundland.
In new Jersey last time out to land the hurricane Irene in late August 2011. And at the end of October 2012, the state reached hurricane sandy, by that time, lost the characteristics of a tropical cyclone. Both of these storms caused serious damage and led to the deaths in the United States about 200 people.
Recall, the hurricane season in the Atlantic officially begins June 1 and lasts until November 30. Center climate prediction the National oceanic and atmospheric administration (NOAA) predicts this season of 13 to 19 named storms, of which 6 to 10 could become hurricanes, including 3 to 6 major hurricanes, according to Stormnews.
The average season has 12 storms, including 6 hurricanes, 3 major hurricanes.
It is expected that the hurricane season in the Atlantic in 2020 will be above normal. With a probability of 60%, the number of tropical cyclones exceeds the norm, 30% of the season will be close to the normal 10% – the number of storms will be below average amount.
Bethany Beach flooded. Estimate 1-2.5 feet. @DanielJohnsonWx @NWS_MountHolly pic.twitter.com/OXRG2rQd7c— Logan Giles (@LoganGilesWx) July 10, 2020
Bay side in Fenwick also flooded a bit. #Fay pic.twitter.com/j7D9VmNLdN— Logan Giles (@LoganGilesWx) July 10, 2020
This AM Street flooding from heavy rain (not tidal) #Fay #StoneHarborNJ pic.twitter.com/wtQPn8HauI— Zeke Orzech (@Zeke_O) July 10, 2020
Street flooding in #AvalonNJ #TropicalStormFay A few cars got caught in this. Turn around!!! pic.twitter.com/eYKPPv5fxQ— Zeke Orzech (@Zeke_O) July 10, 2020
Tropical Storm Fay flooding some Jersey City streets. They had to pull and carry someone from their car because it got stuck ???? #JC pic.twitter.com/4HVr4rrqaP— Albert Aydin (@albertaydin) July 10, 2020
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