How the forecast models a possible 538 president: Tropical Storm Isaac predicted for New Jersey and New York

An early warning system has been upgraded to Tropical Storm Jacinta and it is expected to move across the New England area by Wednesday, according to the forecast center of the National Weather Service.

The system is expected “to strengthen rapidly” and will eventually reach the Atlantic Ocean before dissipating into the Atlantic and New England, according the National Hurricane Center.

Jacintacos development is expected across the Atlantic, but the Atlantic will likely remain calm and the New York area will remain under a tropical storm watch, according NHC.

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he has requested a state-of-the-state declaration from Gov.

Phil Murphy.

He added that New York residents should be prepared to face “extreme heat and severe flooding” if it is not declared.

Murphy said in a tweet that he and Gov.

Chris Christie will meet to discuss a declaration.

The governor also urged people to take care of themselves.

The storm’s development is significant, but it is a small storm, so I think we will make some adjustments in the next day or two.

This is not going to cause significant damage to the state, Murphy said.

The Hurricane Center’s update of the system’s development and potential path is below: