A connective storm system, which had killed two people on Monday, has now moved across northeast on late Wednesday night. However, no casualties were reported on Wednesday but the system had caused 25 Tornadoes across the southern parts of USA.
Strong winds uprooted trees and reportedly in one incident, a tree crashed over an apartment causing damage to the building located near Washington DC.
This system has brought 50 mm of rainfall, which has initiated flash flood watches in Pennsylvania and New York.
12 out of 25 tornadoes took place on October 15 in Missouri. While the remaining 13 tornadoes were reported between Texas and Albama on October 14. In Louisiana, Governor Bobby Jindal had declared a state of emergency as thousands of people were without power as strong winds smashed the electricity poles.
Hawaii and Bermuda await hurricane
Hawaiian island and Bermuda continue to be under threat of heavy rainfall and flash flooding.
As tropical storm Gonzalo gained the status of hurricane on Thursday, Bermuda which is located in the east issued a hurricane watch. The effect of this storm, which at present is travelling at 13 mph with winds gusting up to 125 mph could begin on Friday.
On the west, Hawaii has shut down schools and prepared to make relief camps as it braces for the arrival of tropical storm Ana on Friday. Ana is expected to intensify into a hurricane with wind speed up to 70 mph.