With a foot-plus of snow and gusty winds in the Tri-State area, thousands of residents are still without electricity due to the nor'easter that struck the area Friday.
Over 100,000 residents of northern New Jersey, New York City and Long Island are without power, according to local power companies.
A nor'easter Friday brought heavy, wet snow and powerful winds through the East Coast, toppling trees and tearing down power lines all the way.
Multiple trains and flights were cancelled due to the weather.
Wednesday's Winter Storm Quinn brought much more heavy snow but with less severe wind gusts.
Snowfall reached record accumulations for the date—the previous record set in the 1880s was 6 inches.
More flights had been canceled at area airports Wednesday, as airlines anticipated snow to arrive early in the afternoon.
Tri-State Area Power outages of 7:30 p.m. Wednesday:
- Con Edison: 11,744
- PSE&G LI: 3,850
- JCP&L: 92,917
- Sparta, NJ: 12 inches
- Vernon, NJ: 12 inches
- West Milford, NJ: 10 inches
- North Caldwell NJ, 19.0 inches
- Sloatsburg NJ, 13.0 inches
- Whippany NJ, 16.0
- Flemington NJ, 10.0 inches
- Wayne NJ, 14.5 inches
- Hillsborough NJ, 15.3 inches
- Monroe, NY: 10.5 inches
- Westchester County, NY: 4.5 inches
- Huntington NY, 3.2 inches
- Warwick NY, 12.5 inches
- Armonk NY, 7.0 inches
- Bethel, CT: 5 inches
- New Fairfield, CT: 13.0 inches
- Ridgefield CT, 9.2 inches
- Danbury CT, 9.0 inches
Check here for more updates on the storm.
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