(Washington) Hurricane remnants Ida, Which killed at least seven people and weakened as it passed through South America, causing several hurricanes and extensive flooding in the northeastern part of the country on Wednesday.
Impressive hurricanes were observed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.
In Annapolis, about fifty kilometers from Washington, D.C., the weather event caused trees to be uprooted and power poles knocked down.
Hurricane warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) in several cities, including New York and Philadelphia.
“This is a particularly dangerous situation. If you are in a hurricane warning area please cover up,” NWS Mount Holly tweeted Wednesday.
“Take refuge now. Flying debris is dangerous for the homeless,” NYC tweeted New York City Emergency Communications Project Notify.
In New Jersey, which has been hit by heavy rains, Governor Bill Murphy has declared a state of emergency.
Hurricane Ida, Was downgraded to a post-tropical hurricane, followed by heavy rains that caused extensive flooding on the east coast of the United States.
A 19-year-old man was killed and another is missing after a building was flooded Wednesday in MarylandIda Seven dead.
“Post-tropical cyclone Ida Widespread heavy rains and flash floods could pose a dangerous danger in and around its path, ”said the National Hurricane Center.
Ida Then head north and head to New England on Thursday.
President Joe Biden leaves for Louisiana on Friday, where there will be hurricanes Ida, Caused landslides there on Sunday, destroyed several buildings and lost electricity to more than a million homes.
Hurricanes are a recurring phenomenon in the southern United States. But scientists warn that warming of the ocean surface could help make storms more powerful.
In particular, they pose an increasingly significant risk to coastal communities affected by tidal surges caused by rising sea levels.
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