In photos: Remnants of Ida wreak havoc in the Northeast and Louisiana

Fran Tribe sits with her dog Dave outside a home destroyed by Hurricane Ida in Houma, Louisiana, on August 30, 2021. # Scott Clause / USA Today Network via Reuters

A rain shower soaks evacuees in LaPlace on Monday. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP/Getty Images

A palm tree is bent in half in Galliano, Louisiana, on Tuesday. Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg/Getty Images

Montegut fire chief Toby Henry walks back to his fire truck in the rain as firefighters cut through trees on the road in Bourg, Louisiana, as Hurricane Ida passes on August 29, 2021. Mark Felix / AFP / Getty

A satellite image shows Hurricane Ida in the Gulf of Mexico as it approaches the coast of Louisiana on August 29, 2021. NOAA / Reuters

A man takes pictures of high waves along the shore of Lake Pontchartrain as Hurricane Ida nears, in New Orleans, on August 29, 2021. Gerald Herbert / AP

A view of an apartment building that burned down overnight after Hurricane Ida struck the Relais Esplanade Apartments in Kenner, Louisiana, on August 30, 2021. Mickey Welsh / USA TODAY Network via Reuters

Carlos Paz Jr. (left) walks on the roof of his home as he and his parents repair it after Hurricane Ida moved through LaPlace, Louisiana, on August 30, 2021. Steve Helber / AP

Theophilus Charles, 70, weeps while sitting on the front porch of his heavily damaged home in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida in Houma, Louisiana, on August 30, 2021. Charles, who hunkered down in the house through the category 4 storm, says he has now lost everything. Adrees Latif / Reuters

Homes near Norco are surrounded by floodwaters on Monday.Chris Granger/The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate/AP

The highway is flooded near LaPlace on Monday.Mickey Welsh/Montgomery Advertiser/USA Today Network

A barge damages a bridge connecting Lafitte and Jean Lafitte, Louisiana, on Monday.David J. Phillip/AP

A resident walks through floodwaters in LaPlace on Monday.Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg/Getty Images

A vehicle is abandoned in a flooded ditch next to the highway Sunday in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi.Steve Helber/AP

The Boudreaux family sits on their front porch Sunday as they await the arrival of Hurricane Ida.Brandon Bell/Getty Images

People stand inside a subway station as water runs past their feet during flash flooding caused by storm Ida in New York.Anthony Behar/Sipa USA/AP

Members of the FDNY rescue a woman from her stalled car amid flash flooding in New York Wednesday night, September 1.Anthony Behar/Sipa/AP

People navigate heavy rains and flooded walkways at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center as the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit Flushing Meadows, New York, Wednesday.Justin Lane/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

A fan covers herself from the rain inside the covered Louis Armstrong Stadium during a match at the US Open tennis championships in New York.Frank Franklin II/AP

Water is pumped from the basement of a business on Noblestown road in Oakdale, Pennsylvania, during clean up from flooding.Gene J. Puskar/AP

NYPD carry out a disabled man out of a flooded basement Via Reuters

Rainfall floods the basement of a fast food restaurant in the Bronx borough of New York City Sept. 1. Photo: David Dee Delgado/Getty Images

A man and young girl make their way through the flooded main street in Pittston, Pennsylvania, after flash flooding throughout the area closed many streets. Photo: Aimee Dilger/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

An aerial view of flooded streets are seen in Helmetta, New Jersey. Photo: Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

A rescue crew member wades through high waters following a flash flood in Helmetta on Aug. 22. Photo: Tom Brenner/AFP via Getty Image

An aerial view of streets flooded by Henri’s rains in Helmetta, New Jersey, on Aug. 22. Photo: Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

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