Overall Green alert Tropical Cyclone for FAY-20
in United States, Canada

Event summary

Tropical Cyclone FAY-20 can have a low humanitarian impact based on the maximum sustained wind speed, exposed population and vulnerability.

GDACS ID TC 1000680
Name FAY-20
From - To 09 Jul - 11 Jul
Exposed countries United States, Canada
Exposed population No people in Category 1 or higher
Maximum wind speed 93 km/h, Tropical storm
Maximum storm surge 1.2 m (10 Jul 18:00 UTC)
Vulnerability Low (United States)

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+ Wind Storm surge Rainfall GDACS score
GDACS 93 km/h 1.2 m n.a. 0.5
Single TC: maximum expected impact (wind, storm surge, rainfall)
HWRF 72 km/h 0.7 m 227 mm 0.5
GFS 76 km/h 0.7 m 290 mm 0.5
ECMWF 76 km/h 0.5 m 282 mm 0.5
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USA - Tropical Cyclone FAY (ECHO 10 Jul 2020)Fri, 10 Jul 2020 13:03

  • A new tropical cyclone, named FAY formed over the north Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina (USA) on 9 July and started moving north along the coastal area of North Carolina and Virginia.
  • On 10 July, its centre was located offshore, approximately 95 km east of Virginia Beach City (Virginia), and approximately 245 km south of the southern coast of New Jersey (Delaware Bay), with maximum sustained winds of 75 km/h.
  • FAY is forecast to move northward along the mid-Atlantic coast towards the southern New England, and it is forecast to make landfall over the Ocean County (eastern New Jersey) on 11 July, with maximum sustained winds up to 85 km/h.
  • Over the next 24 hours, heavy rain, and strong wind are forecast over mid-Atlantic coastal areas, south-east New York State, and south New England. NOAA has issued a tropical storm warning over coastal areas of New Jersey and Rhode Island.
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Tropical Storm Fay Leaves About $400M in Insured Losses BehindWed, 15 Jul 2020 07:02:00 +0200.

Tropical Storm Fay managed to cause about $400 million in insured losses after coming ashore in Atlantic City, New Jersey on July 10 with 60 mph wind, even though it was downgraded to a tropical depression only nine hours after landfall, ac
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Kitten rescued from storm drain as Tropical Storm Fay soaked New YorkMon, 13 Jul 2020 18:08:00 +0200.

"A local resident adopted the kitten, and we wish them many happy years together," Pedestrians struggle to control their umbrellas due to inclement weather brought about by Tropical Storm Fay, Friday, July 10, 2020, in New York. (AP Photo/
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NASA Tracks Fay’s Remnants into Eastern CanadaMon, 13 Jul 2020 17:17:00 +0200.

Visible imagery from NASA’s Terra satellite showed that Post-Tropical Cyclone Fay had moved into eastern Canada by July 11. Visible imagery from NASA’s Terra satellite showed that Post-Tropical Cyclone Fay had moved into eastern Canada by
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Talking the Tropics With Mike: The Atlantic goes quietMon, 13 Jul 2020 15:34:00 +0200.

Tropical storm Fay .... made landfall near & just northeast of Atlantic City, NJ late Fri. afternoon. Close proximity to land + some shear out of the southwest combined with some dry air generally limited the overall strength of the tropica
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