Tropical storm Fay, now a post-tropical low, continues to move through the northeastern United States on Saturday, bringing flooding rain and gusty winds as it makes its way towards southeastern Canada. 

Fay lost its tropical storm status early Saturday, with the system located about 30 miles below Albany, New York. On Friday, Fay made landfall near Atlantic City, New Jersey, bringing sustained winds of up to 35 miles per hour and one to three inches of rain. 

The storm battered the New York City borough of Brooklyn late Friday, causing some Coney Island streets to be flooded. Subways were flooded in many parts of the metropolitan area, as well. City workers went to help with the drainage, taking several hours for the water to clear. After the storm passed through the lower Hudson Valley that same day, thousands of Westchester County residents lost their power. Westchester County lies directly north of The Bronx, another borough of New York City.

Tropical storm Fay has also impacted the 2020 presidential campaign. President Trump was reportedly scheduled to hold a rally in New Hampshire on Saturday but canceled the event. 

Tropical Storm Fay originally formed Thursday off the coast of North Carolina. It had gusts of 45 miles per hour.

It is the sixth-named tropical storm during this Atlantic hurricane season and is expected to weaken and dissipate on Sunday, according to the National Hurricane Center.