The remnants of Tropical Storm Winston are moving across the western United States and the Midwest.
It is now a Category 3 storm with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph and gusts up to 95 mph.
It’s expected to move north at 7 mph.
Tropical Storm Winston has been moving northward and was moving northeast at 11 mph.
Forecasters said the storm could become a tropical depression by Tuesday night.
The storm has brought flooding, downed trees, power outages, and landslides in several parts of the Northeast and Midwest.
Forecaster Michael Glynn said Winston was moving east at about 20 mph when it made landfall Saturday night.
The storm brought flooding and downed trees to parts of New York and New Jersey.
It also dumped heavy rainfall in southern New England.
“We’re just in the early stages of what we expect to be a lot of wind and rain in the coming days,” said Glynn.
Forecasters are warning of “major” flooding along the Ohio River Valley in the area, and that the area could see up to 30 inches of rain.
Storm conditions in the Midwest have also been moving inland, with the National Weather Service issuing flash flood watches for parts of western Illinois, eastern Iowa, southern Indiana, western Kentucky, western Mississippi, eastern Missouri, southern Missouri, eastern North Carolina, southern South Carolina, western Tennessee, and western Texas.
Forecasts of a “major flood event” are also possible in parts of eastern Pennsylvania, western Illinois and eastern Kentucky.