Typhoon Haima made a second landfall in southeastern China on Friday after leaving at least 13 dead in the northern Philippines.
Tropical moisture from a system moving up the East Coast of the United States could help to enhance rainfall and bring gusty winds to New England and Atlantic Canada this weekend.
Typhoon Haima slammed the Philippines Wednesday night into Thursday following the deadly flooding caused by Typhoon Sarika.
An area of disturbed weather in the western Atlantic may become the next tropical system of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season late week.
After barreling over the Philippines and across Hainan island, Sarika has its sights set on southern China and northeast Vietnam.
River levels will gradually recede across the flood-ravaged eastern Carolinas as dry weather continues into the middle of the week.
The 2016 hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin is the most active since 2012 and with around six weeks remaining in the season, additional storms may be added to the tally.
Only seven other major hurricanes in recorded history have tracked as close to Bermuda as Major Hurricane Nicole did Thursday, lashing the island nation with destructive winds and flooding rain.