Bertha may have transitioned to a post-tropical cyclone, but it is still bringing unsettled weather to parts of the northeastern United States.
From West Virginia through eastern Ohio, southern and western Pennsylvania and far western New York, about 25 mm of rain is expected today.
25 to 50 mm of rain is expected from South Carolina across eastern North Carolina into southeast Virginia.
Isolated maximum storm total amounts of 100 mm are possible in southern Pennsylvania and parts of the Carolinas and southeast Virginia.
With heavy rainfall, flash flooding is possible.
Gusty winds are possible across the higher elevations of southwest Virginia and West Virginia as Bertha progresses across the Appalachians.