Here is a state-by-state glance on how Hurricane Irene is affecting states along the Eastern Seaboard as of Saturday, August 27th:
-- Irene predicted to make landfall Sunday somewhere between New Jersey and Cape Cod. Storm's track forecast through central parts of Connecticut.
-- Hurricane warning for coast.
-- No mandatory evacuations.
-- Last hurricane to hit was Bob in 1991.
-- Irene likely to cause prolonged power outages and flooding in low-lying areas along the shoreline.
-- President Barack Obama and governor declared state of emergency. National Guard mobilized.
-- Hurricane warning statewide.
-- Flood watch in effect.
-- Storm center to pass near the New Jersey/Delaware coast around 8 a.m. Sunday.