(CNN)Hours after Hurricane Hermine made landfall in Florida, the weakened storm is working its way up the East Coast.
- 1:50 a.m . -- The time Hermine made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane in the Big Bend area of Florida's Gulf Coast.
- 11 -- Years it had been since a hurricane made landfall in Florida.
- 1 -- Person killed. A homeless man died during the storm after a tree struck him, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said.
- 40 million -- People under tropical storm watches or warnings, which stretch all the way up to Rhode Island.
- 13 million -- People under flash flood watches.
- 298,623 -- Businesses and homes without power in Florida
The next 24 hours
- The biggest threats Friday are flash flooding from the heavy rainfall in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.
- Tornadoes are possible throughout the day.
- Hermine will reemerge in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday morning near the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
What's in store Labor Day weekend
- Most models show Hermine lingering off the northeast coast, being blocked by a large area of high pressure to the north.
- The storm should strengthen thanks to warm ocean water, but it's not going to become a hurricane again. Instead it likely will be a post-tropical storm, the type of storm Superstorm Sandy was at landfall. Still, sustained winds could return to hurricane-force speeds.
- The result will be strong on-shore winds stretching from the Outer Banks to New York's Long Island through the holiday weekend, resulting in rough seas, rip currents and beach erosion, but not a lot of rain.