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A warning of a tropical storm was issued on the east coast, which was hit by a violent storm.

 Holiday weekend is for the northeast as the front border helps to initiate many storms with lightning and lightning. Saturday may start with a natural version of your own fireworks.

Summer storms can be severe, but meteorologists monitor the I-95 Corridor from northern Virginia via Boston and the Northern Plains, and stormy weather organizes. Most likely to be. 

National Hurricane Centerstorms in parts of South Carolina prior to the arrival of the tropical cyclone Colin, which was carrying 40 mph winds at the beginning of SaturdayIssued a warning.

It is in these zones that the Storm Forecast Center states that damaging winds can occur and that some storms can cause hail.

Get ready, beach people and barbecue shop.

In Newyork and New Jersey areas, you will feel the heat as thunderstorms are expected to occur in thearea when temperatures rise to nearly 90 degrees on Saturday afternoon.

Friday's storm and a shortage of FAA employees at at least one control center contributed to a significant delay in the sky across the United States.

7% of flights departing from Newark Liberty International Airport have been canceled As of early Saturday morning, according to FlightAware.

LaGuardia Airport has also canceled 7% of departure flights. John F. Kennedy Airportcanceled 20 flights on Saturday morning, canceling the fewest flights in the tri-state area.

As the severe storms hail through nationwide, holiday travel will more than likely be backed up.

Thunderstorms can be hundreds of miles away, but No, it doesn't mean that the flight will be on time.

Saturday's major hub forecasts have thunderstorms, so vacation trips may crawl.

Sunday Weather Forecast

In the second half of the weekend, the weather affecting the eastern front slowly moves south. Boundaries help intensify showers and thunderstorms on Sundays on the Mid-Atlantic and southeastern coasts. The

SPC expects some of these storms to be severe, highlighting the region from Virginia to Georgia where thunderstorms can generate strong winds.

Restorms can occur throughout the plains and northern Rocky Mountains.