Summer festival season in the U.S. gets off to a shaky start with rain, tornadoes, and mudslides

A storm system headed toward the Northeast on Saturday morning is expected to move through the region, potentially causing major disruptions to travel, and some areas will see heavy rain, the National Weather Service said.

A severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect for parts of New England and Connecticut, and a tornado watch remains in place for much of Connecticut, the weather service said.

The weather service is expecting a number of downed trees and power outages.

The storm system will bring severe winds to areas along the New England coast, including Boston and New York, the Weather Service warned.

A storm surge watch is in effect in Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

The National Weather Forecast Center said there were some rain showers, and thunderstorms in the forecast.

The National Weather Prediction Center also warned that the weather system could produce some snow in areas of western Pennsylvania and western New York.

The storm system is expected at about 5:30 a.m. local time (5:30 p.m., EDT) in the New York City area, about 15 miles (25 kilometers) north of New York’s Empire State Building.

A storm surge warning is in place in New Jersey.

A weather system is forecast to move into northern New England Saturday afternoon.

In the northern part of New Hampshire, a snowstorm is expected by 6 a.k.m.(5 a.l.m.)

Saturday.

The snow will then turn to rain in southern New Hampshire.

The rain will fall in New Hampshire through Monday, and will gradually turn to sleet.