Thousands of customers were left without electricity on Tuesday, as reported by Hagel camps and a possible tornado from southern Massachusetts via Pennsylvania and parts of Virginia.
The storms that were able to produce damaging winds, large hail and scattered tornadoes seem to be over for now. But it is expected that in the coming days more rain will fall into already saturated soils and cause more flooding.
"The flood problem seems to range from Virginia to southern New Jersey, where precipitation could amount to 4 to 8 inches in coming days with localized quantities exceeding 10 inches," said CNN meteorologist Michael Guy. On Wednesday, much of the eastern coast of northern Georgia will rain over Pennsylvania and New Jersey over the next three days, Guy said.
A Deadly Storm
Winds along parts of the Northeast reached
An eleven-year-old girl died in Newburgh, New York when a big tree fell on the vehicle she was in, police said With.
In Danbury, Connecticut, a man was also killed when a tree fell on his vehicle, Mayor Mark Boughton told CNN.
Flooding in Maryland
More than 60 water rescues were reported in Frederick County, Maryland, on Tuesday after over 6 inches of rain had fallen, district officials said.
Precipitation from the storm flooded roads, beachcombers and train commuters
On Wednesday morning, a total of 85 people were rescued from a stranded commuter double-decker train.
Maryland Rail Commuter's train tracks (MARC) appeared to have failed after the collapse of a drainage channel, said Vivian Laxton, district emergency response spokeswoman.
The passengers were all in the upper car and nobody was in distress said Laxton.
National Guard deployed in New York
In New York, the storm line that blew up on Tuesday afternoon caused chaos in rush hour. Most winds were 60-70 mph, while some reached over 70, said CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward.
A National Weather Service team will travel to Sullivan, New York on Wednesday, where a possible tornado has been reported.
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo declared a state of emergency in four countries and sent 1
"New York has withstood the rage of Mother Nature once again, and now is the time for the state and our local partners to get communities across the Mid-Hudson region working again," the governor said in a statement ,
CNN's Joe Sutton contributed to this report.