In photos: Deadly Tropical Storm Elsa sweeps up the East Coast
Tropical Storm Elsa is currently moving from North Carolina to Virginia, where up to four inches of rain are expected, with isolated totals of up to six inches, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday evening.
Catch up quick: Elsa killed at least one person in Florida after making landfall in the state and unleashing a suspected tornado that wounded 10 others at a Navy base campground in southeast Georgia on Wednesday, AP reports.
State of play: Flash flood warnings were issued in New York Thursday evening. Tornadoes are possible in the eastern Carolinas and southeastern Virginia.
- Elsa weakened over Georgia, but it still packed 45 mph winds as it moved over the center of the state at 2 a.m. Thursday, per the NHC. Tropical storm warnings were in effect from Little River Inlet, South Carolina, to Great Egg Inlet, New Jersey.
What to watch: Elsa is expected to sweep up the Mid-Atlantic and reach New England by Friday, bringing with it heavy rains.
Editor's note: This article has been updated with new details on the storm.