In pictures: Tropical Storm Henri batters the Northeast
Updated 12:56 PM ET, Mon August 23, 2021
Tropical Storm Henri made landfall Sunday along the coast of Rhode Island, and the storm continues to churn through the Northeast as a downgraded — but still dangerous — tropical depression.
Henri's powerful winds have torn down trees and power lines, complicating restoration efforts, and there has been flooding in some areas.
As of Monday morning, more than 33 million people remained under a flash flood or flood watch or warning, including coastal flood watches from New Jersey through New Hampshire, CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen said.
The center of the storm will track east from New York over Massachusetts, and it will be out to sea by mid-morning Tuesday, according to the National Hurricane Center.