Be informed of the latest updates of Tropical Storm Ophelia.
Over the weekend, Tropical Storm Ophelia moved up the Mid-Atlantic, imparting powerful winds and flooding along the coast.
On Saturday, the Tropical Storm Ophelia made landfall on a barrier island in North Carolina.
Then Tropical Storm Ophelia traveled up to Virginia, knocking out power for tens of thousands.
Tropical Storm Ophelia is still anticipated to have an impact on the playing conditions for several NFL games in its path despite the Tropical Storm Ophelia’s downgrading.
According to a National Hurricane Center claim, the remnants of the Tropical Storm Ophelia could still bring about localized flash floods from Virginia to New Jersey.
The same update predicts that coastal flooding will persist along the Chesapeake Bay.
Philippe, a new tropical storm, was developing in the Atlantic as Tropical Storm Ophelia lost strength.
Despite Tropical Storm Ophelia’s downgrading on Saturday night, meteorologists issued a warning that the storm’s swells will continue to hit the East Coast throughout the rest of the weekend, potentially resulting in hazardous surf and rip currents.
Over some areas of the Mid-Atlantic and New England, Tropical Storm Ophelia was also predicted to produce 1 to 3 inches (2.5 to 7.6 centimeters) of additional rainfall.