On July 10, 2013, an EF-1 tornado knocked down some trees along an 11-mile path in Tolland County. FYI, there is no audio in this video.
Federal officials said Wednesday that tornadoes touched down in the following places: two EF-1 tornadoes in CT, one between Beacon Falls and Hamden in New Haven County and a second in Southbury and Oxford, also in New Haven County; an EF-2 tornado occurred in Kent, New York; an EF-0 tornado in Newburgh, New York; and another EF-1 tornado in Saugerties, New York. According to the NWS, Brookfield experienced a Macroburst, not a tornado, with sustained winds of 100mph. Keep in mind that it's not a guaranteed time but will give you an idea as to when you can take a hot shower again, Find out about your town by clicking this link.
2 tornadoes confirmed in CT, 4 in NY
The cleanup is underway throughout the Northeast a day after powerful storms pounded the region with torrential rain and marble-sized hail, leaving at least three people dead and hundreds of thousands of customers without power. About 88,500 outages remained Wednesday afternoon.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was up for New Jersey, New York City, Long Island and parts of upstate New York and southern CT until 11 p.m. In Newburgh, falling trees claimed the lives an 11-year-old girl in a parked vehicle and a woman who was driving.
The storm also caused two "meteotsunamis" in New England. The storms toppled trees, taking two lives in Newburgh and one in Rockland County.More news: "Growing Crisis in Ethics and Integrity" in American Public Life: Tillerson
Residents in these towns are still working to clean up after the storm.
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The abnormally high tides were reported in areas from Perth Amboy in New Jersey to Delaware's Fenwick Island. A "meteotsunami" or meteorological tsunami is a tsunami-like wave caused by air-pressure disturbances, such as severe thunderstorms. Most meteotsunamis are too small to notice.
In addition, the Weather Service says two tornadoes hit CT, where two people died. An 11-year-old NY girl was killed when a large tree toppled onto the auto she was in. As the leading edge of the front moved toward the region from the west-northwest, a severe line of thunderstorms rocked the region with risky lightning, large hail, strong and damaging gusts, tornadoes, and downbursts that caused widespread damage to communities especially north of New York City. Several lightning strikes led to structure fires in New Jersey and MA.
The first selectman of Southbury said much of the town is still without power with many roads blocked off.More news: Skull and Bones delayed until at least April 2019
Airlines also canceled and delayed flights in and out of the region.