A state of emergency has been declared in New York Metropolis because the remnants of Hurricane Ida sweep by means of the area.
A state of emergency was additionally declared by New Jersey governor Phil Murphy.
Not less than one individual has drowned, with the town and components of New Jersey and Connecticut beneath a flash flood warning.
Flights out and in of Newark airport have been cancelled, and there was widespread disruption on railways.
Asserting a state of emergency, New York Metropolis mayor Invoice de Blasio stated: “I am declaring a state of emergency in New York Metropolis tonight.
“We’re enduring an historic climate occasion tonight with document breaking rain throughout the town, brutal flooding and harmful circumstances on our roads.
“Please keep off the streets tonight and let our first responders and emergency providers get their work finished.
“In the event you’re considering of going exterior, do not. Keep off the subways. Keep off the roads. Do not drive into these heavy waters.
“We’re protecting our eyes on our energy grid. We have seen about 5,300 prospects with out energy.
“We count on the rain to cease within the subsequent few hours. However till then, once more, should you’re not inside, get inside.”