Tropical Storm Fay, Record Earliest ‘F’ Storm, a Northeast Flash Flood Threat Through Saturday – The Weather Channel

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Tropical Storm Fay's Danger to Swimmers
  • Tropical Storm Fay will sweep into the Northeast through Saturday.
  • The main impact will be localized heavy rainfall from coastal parts of the mid-Atlantic to New England.
  • Poor beach conditions and gusty winds are expected along parts of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts.
  • Fay is the record earliest ‘F’ storm in Atlantic Basin history.

Tropical Storm Fay is quickly moving up the East Coast and, while not a major storm, will bring the threat of locally heavy rain, gusty winds and poor beach conditions through early Saturday to parts of the Northeast.

For the latest on Fay, check out our latest forecast here.

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