The storm first brought record-breaking flooding to South Carolina.

More than 680,000 customers are without power in Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maine on Monday as a powerful storm — which first slammed the South with heavy rain this weekend — barrels north.

Residents living along the Interstate 95 corridor can expect a dangerous commute Monday as heavy rain, flooding and strong winds hit the region.

A flood advisory was issued in New York City, where residents are facing power outages, downed trees and flooded roads.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams issued a travel advisory, urging New Yorkers to stay off the roads and take mass transit.

High wind alerts were also issued from North Carolina to Maine, with wind gusts forecast to be as high as 60 mph. Winds have already gusted to 66 mph in Stamford, Connecticut.

Hundreds of flights within, into or out of the U.S. have been canceled Monday. New York City’s LaGuardia Airport and Boston Logan International Airport are the hardest hit.

Continue reading