Now in the U.S a state of emergency has been issued in New York city after rains from the remnants of hurricane IDA rush the East Coast.
Officials say the storm spawned at least one tornado and caused heavy flooding. Authorities suspended all train services due to the severe weather trapping. Commuters stuck between stations. The city’s Mayor Blasio told the people to stay off roads and subways.
The national weather service recorded 3.15 inches of rain in New York Central park in an hour the most ever logged in the past. Meanwhile New Jersey’s governor Phil Murphy has also declared a state of emergency a catastrophic tornado ripped apart at least nine homes in the community of Mulika hill in the state.