September 23, 2021

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In the Northeastern United States, hurricane Eta hurricanes cause emergencies in New York.

Rain interrupted the US Open on September 1, 2021 in New York.

Hurricane Ida weakened but caused bad weather, killing at least seven people as it crossed the southern United States. Several hurricanes and major floods were recorded on Wednesday 1stThere is September, in the northeast of the country.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio A state of emergency was declared Wednesday evening in this condition “Historical Weather Event”. The governor of the state, Kathy Hochul, wants the same name “Help New Yorkers Affected by the Storm Tonight”. The National Weather Service (NWS) said it rained in the U.S. economic and cultural capital. Tweeted Many videos of flooded streets in the metropolises of Brooklyn and Queens have made traffic impossible.

Many roads have been cut off, according to the NYC Emergency Communications Program in New York City. Heavy lows flooded in minutes, and heavy rain and wind blew over Westchester County, northern New York. “Take refuge now. Flying debris is dangerous for those who do not have shelter.”, Also tweeted Report to NYC.

There is also a state of emergency in New Jersey

Also, a surreal scene took place on the flushing lawn where the second round match of the US Open between Kevin Anderson of South Africa and Diego Schwartzman of Argentina was interrupted. Water went into all four corners of the hall’s retractable roof, set in 2018 to hold matches accurately even if it rains.

At 10:30 p.m., Newark Airport, one of the city’s three airports, also tweeted it “All flights are currently suspended”. At the end of August, there was New York and part of it Already Henry is affected by the storm. The bad weather on August 21 ended prematurely given the big concert at Central Park, which marks the return to a more festive life after the Corona virus outbreak.

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In New Jersey, which was hit by heavy rain, a state of emergency was declared by its governor, Bill Murphy. Several cities, including Philadelphia, have been placed on hurricane alert by the NWS. “This is a particularly dangerous situation. If you are in a hurricane warning area, please protect yourself, Tweeted Wednesday NWS Mount Holly.

Ida’s death toll stands at seven

Impressive hurricanes were also seen in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. In Annapolis, about fifty kilometers from Washington, D.C., the weather event knocked down trees and knocked down poles. Separately, a 19-year-old man died in a building flood in Maryland on Wednesday, while another was reported missing, leaving Ida’s death toll at 7.

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“Post-Tropical Hurricane Ida brings widespread heavy rains and flash floods, representing a catastrophic danger in and around its path.”, Reported the National Hurricane Center. Ida is then expected to continue her journey north, leaving for New England on Thursday. U.S. President Joe Biden will travel to Louisiana on Friday, where Hurricane Ida, which caused landslides on Sunday, destroyed several buildings and cut off electricity to more than a million homes.

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