LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- At 10 a.m. Tuesday, Isaias remains a tropical storm moving through Maryland rather quickly at 35 mph. The system has maximum sustained winds of 70 mph.
At 11:10 p.m. EDT Monday, Isaias made landfall over Holden Beach, NC as a category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 85 mph.
As Isaias stayed offshore Monday, it entered an areas of less wind shear and warmer waters, crossing the Gulf Stream. These conditions helped Isaias restrengthen to a hurricane with winds over 74 mph.
The tropical storm will continue moving northeast up through New England today, moving into parts of Canada Wednesday.
Tropical storm warnings are in effect up the east coast of the Carolinas through Maine. These areas of the east coast will still be dealing with storm surge, heavy rainfall, gusty winds and an isolated tornado threat as rainbands move onto land.