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Storm causes landslides in the United States: East Coast braces to Henry

Hurricane Henry hit the U.S. East Coast Saturday night local time. There it weakened and turned into a tropical storm. The storm is expected to reach its peak on Sunday afternoon as it is currently raining heavily.

The wind blows at a speed of 110 kilometers per hour at a tropical storm. Henry is expected to land in a landslide on Sunday at noon on Sunday in Long Island (New York) or New England (northeastern United States). In New York City, a major pop concert in Central Park was canceled Saturday as the storm approached.

A big concert stopped at New York City’s Central Park.


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo warned residents of an impending storm on Saturday. He asked the New Yorkers to take Henry seriously. As a precautionary measure, a state of emergency has been declared so that coordination is in the hands of the central government. As for New York City, authorities currently expect only heavy rain and some minor flooding.

U.S. President Joe Biden has already promised federal emergency assistance to governors of seven threatened states on the U.S. East Coast. Henry can cause major power outages, floods and other storm damage. In many coastal cities in Connecticut, people have been evacuated as a precautionary measure.

According to CNN, about six million people live in areas covered by the warning. In the northeastern United States, the worst hurricane to hit the coast since 1991.

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