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Tropical Storm Fay was the first tropical cyclone to make landfall in the U.S state of New Jersey since Irene in 2011. The sixth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, Fay was the earliest sixth named storm on record in the basin when it formed on July 9.Six people were killed amid rip currents and flooding related to the storm. Fay caused an estimated US$400 million in damage to ...\r\nFay had closed beaches and flooded shore town streets after it made landfall as a tropical storm Friday afternoon in New Jersey. It weakened once it hit land and dissipated Sunday, forecasters said.\r\nTropical Storm Fay has made landfall in New Jersey, about 10 miles north-northeast of Atlantic City, according to the National Hurricane Center.\r\nTropical Storm Fay, the sixth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, began to edge away from the North Carolina coast Thursday evening.\r\nTropical Storm Fay is already the sixth named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, which is the earliest at this point in the year ever. In 2005, the busiest hurricane season on record, the sixth ...\r\nTropical Storm #Fay has formed off of the coast of North Carolina - the earliest 6th Atlantic named storm formation on record. Previous record was Franklin in 2005 on July 22nd. #hurricane pic ...\r\nTropical Storm Fay made landfall Friday afternoon near Atlantic City, New Jersey and began to lose strength. As of 8 p.m. the National Hurricane Center said the system was located about 45 miles ...\r\nFay would be the earliest “F” storm recorded — beating out 2005’s Tropical Storm Franklin, which formed on July 22, by over a week. The “F” storms historically haven’t arrived until ...\r\nTropical Storm Fay Brings Heavy Rain, High Winds and Flash Floods. The weather that pelted the Mid-Atlantic states is a harbinger of a hurricane season that could be unusually busy.\r\nTropical Storm Fay was a strong and unusual tropical storm that moved erratically across the state of Florida and the Caribbean Sea.The sixth named storm of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season, Fay formed from a vigorous tropical wave on August 15 over the Dominican Republic.It passed over the island of Hispaniola, into the Gulf of Gonâve, across the island of Cuba, and made landfall on the ...\r\n