Tropical Depression Julia will linger and bring rough surf, beach erosion and showers to the coastal areas of Carolinas through this weekend.
Tropical Storm Ian will gradually strengthen across the central Atlantic this week.
A system will fuel numerous disruptive downpours and heavy thunderstorms across Florida and Georgia into Wednesday.
In recent major flood events, dozens of videos surfaced on social media of what appeared to be average citizens successfully rescuing people trapped in their cars amid high water.
Hermine continued to impact the East Coast with damaging winds and rough surf, while July-like temperatures returned to the Northeast at midweek.
A couple of tropical systems may develop in the Atlantic as the pattern changes early in the week.
One of the most powerful and destructive storms in North Carolina’s history made landfall on Sept. 5, 1996, when Hurricane Fran left a significant swath of damage across the state.
Additional tropical storms and hurricanes will follow Hermine, just not right away.
Dry weather will span a large part of the United States on Labor Day, but plans threaten to be ruined along the Northeast coast and across the central states.
Hermine is leaving a trail of damage in its wake. It will crawl along the mid-Atlantic coast into and beyond Labor Day, threatening severe coastal flooding.
U.S./Quebec border (1835)
Heavy snow; Hatley, P.Q. received 10 inches. Kelkenny, NH had 6 inches.
San Diego, CA (1970)
Strong Santa Ana winds create fire disaster in interior parts of county (September 25 to 30); 500,000 acres burned.
Lander, NY (1982)
15.4 inches of of snow (29th-30th). Total of 32.9 inches for month (Sept. record).