As tropical storm Andrea moves north along the East Coast, meteorologists are warning of flash flooding in urban areas and wind damage, as well as possible tornadoes in Virginia and the eastern Carolinas. The cyclone made landfall in Florida last night, bringing 50mph winds, heavy rain, and flooding to the region’s coast. Commuters in Boston, Hartford, New York City, Philly, and Washington, D.C., will feel the impact, and fliers should prepare themselves for possible delays. Andrea is expected to transition to a nontropical storm at some point on Friday, but effects will be felt through Saturday night. See you at the beach on Sunday?