NATIONWIDE — Fay becomes post-tropical on Saturday after making landfall on Friday afternoon just northeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey as a tropical storm.
What You Need To Know
- Fay becomes post-tropical Saturday
- Made landfall in New Jersey on Friday
- RELATED: Storm Season 2020 Guide
Fay is located about 30 miles south of Albany, New York.
Winds have decreased to 35 mph, and it is moving to the north at 17 mph.
What is left of Fay will continue to move to the north toward northwestern New England on Saturday and into southeastern Canada by Sunday.
The tropical storm warnings have been cancelled since the storm has weakened.
Fay developed off the North Carolina coast Thursday afternoon.
It is the earliest sixth named storm on record. The old record was July 22, 2005.
The rest of the tropics will likely remain quiet over the next five to seven days.
The hurricane season runs through November 30.