Tropical Storm Faye weakened but brought downpours on the Atlantic coast of the United States

On Friday, Storm Fay brought heavy rain, gusty wind and a flurry to the northeastern United States. After coming to land, it weakened but gave a large amount of rainfall in the area.

Tropical storm Faye has now moved into the category of post-tropical cyclone with a wind of 35 miles per hour. The center of the storm is located about 30 miles south of Albany, New York, and is now moving north at a speed of 17 miles per hour.

Fei brought heavy rains to Delaware and New Jersey, strong winds are still observed along the coastlines of New Jersey, New York and southern Connecticut. Behind Faye, an area of ​​low pressure is moving, which can also bring rains and gusts of wind to the northeastern United States.