The weakened Hurricane Ida, which has raged for several days on the southeastern coast of the United States, is on its heels with devastating tornadoes. And nature, it seems, is not going to calm down on this - a new hurricane is gaining strength in the Atlantic.
Tornadoes raged in Maryland and New Jersey on Wednesday September 1. The city of Annapolis was hit hardest by the storm. Hundreds of houses were damaged there, more than 2,500 thousand buildings were left without electricity, falling trees damaged cars. In some households, the gas supply system has been damaged. One of the streets of the city was blocked for a day due to a fallen power line support. There were no reports of casualties.
Meanwhile, a new cataclysm is approaching from the East Atlantic to the American coast. According to RIA Novosti, referring to the US National Center for Hurricane Watching, tropical storm "Larry" is gaining momentum, which has every chance of becoming another devastating hurricane. At the moment, the wind speed is already about 112 kilometers per hour.