This is a developing story and will be updated.

Isaias, the earliest ninth named storm on record in the Atlantic, made landfall near the South Carolina-North Carolina border late Monday. The storm barely missed Florida on Sunday.

The storm is currently sweeping into the Mid-Atlantic region. A windswept soaking of three to six inches of rain on tap for the Washington, D.C., metro region.

The storm will then race into the Northeast, unleashing heavy rain, strong winds, and coastal flooding from New York to Maine.

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