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Northeast Slammed By Severe Weather
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16 May 2018 05:38 AM EST

On Tuesday, powerful storms packing high winds, torrential rain and hail slammed heavily populated parts of the U.S. Northeast. The storm snarled transport and caused widespread power outages in an area home to tens of millions of people.
The National Weather Service said a tornado was spotted in Sullivan, in northern New York, but there were no reports of damage. Parts of Connecticut were placed under a tornado warning on Tuesday night.
Tracking service PowerOutage.us said nearly 600,000 customers in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Virginia were without power as of the late afternoon on Tuesday.

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