Blustery Storm System Blows Into Northeast After Killing 8 in South
By Amber William
The storm system that killed at least eight people as it dotted the Southeast with dozens of tornadoes took aim for the Northeast on Wednesday night, with New York City as the bull's-eye.
Pounding rain and relentless winds battered the region, toppling trees and power lines, overturning a semi-trailer truck on the George Washington Bridge — delaying traffic for as long as 1½ hours — and even leading the National Weather Service to issue rare tornado watches for eastern parts of Pennsylvania and western parts of New Jersey.
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Powerful storms kill at least three in Virginia
At least three people are dead and thousands lose power after a strong storm system barrelled up the east coast of the US.
The victims were killed in the town of Waverly, Virginia, which was hit with winds up to more than 60mph (97kph).
The same system, which spawned several tornadoes, destroyed hundreds of homes in Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida on Tuesday, killing three others.
Forecasters said more than 80 million people were in the path of the storm.
Tornado warnings were issued for the densely populated region between Washington and Philadelphia.
The storm raced east Wednesday night, with a brutal line of weather sweeping through New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Utility companies reported that more than 238,000 customers in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Virginia and Maine were without power as of 5:30 a.m. ET.
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